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The fickle finger of fake

The fickle finger of fake

Rob Shimmin examines the phenomenon of fake news and its role in crisis creation and management – how do we quieten the echo chamber?

  • Major
  • Media handling
  • Media Studies
Vehicles as terrorist weapons

Vehicles as terrorist weapons

David Stewart was Silver Command during the Glasgow Airport terrorist attack ten years ago. Here, he outlines how security measures have since deterred attacks using vehicles at airports

  • Aviation
  • Security
  • Terrorism
  • Transport
Disrupting the path of least resistance

Disrupting the path of least resistance

Since our last edition, there have been many high-profile terrorist attacks, says Roger Gomm. How can businesses, communities and governments improve their preparedness?

  • Communities
  • Preparedness
  • Security
  • Terrorism
Radicalisation in Central Asia

Radicalisation in Central Asia

Radicalised operatives from the ex-Soviet Union regions of Central Asia and the Russian Caucasus are increasingly carrying out attacks elsewhere, says Lina Kolesnikova

  • Analysis
  • Security
  • Terrorism
Lessons from the Lindt Café siege

Lessons from the Lindt Café siege

Editorial Advisory Panel Member Andrew Brown, who served as an expert witness into the siege inquiry in Australia, provides an insight into some of the findings of the final report on the incident, which resulted in several fatalities

  • Case Study
  • Hostage/siege
  • Incident
  • Terrorism
Explosive threat mitigation in Iraq

Explosive threat mitigation in Iraq

Major General Jonathan Shaw describes the scale of the explosive threat (ET) problems faced in Iraq, saying that mitigation is a vital precursor to stabilisation and reconstruction

  • conflict
  • Lessons Learned
  • War & Conflict
Treating Afghanistan’s victims of war

Treating Afghanistan’s victims of war

Emily Hough speaks to Dejan Panic, of the Emergency Surgical Centre, which treats victims of war and landmines for the whole of Afghanistan

  • Aid
  • Civil-Military
  • NGO
The Grenfell Tower tragedy

The Grenfell Tower tragedy

The Grenfell Tower fire is an indication of the fragility of the crisis management frameworks upon which we so heavily rely, acccording to David Rubens

  • Communications
  • Fire
  • Fire & Rescue
  • Lessons Learned
Ransomware: The trap within the trap

Ransomware: The trap within the trap

Very few of us know when an attacker owns our computer with malware, and that’s the real problem, writes Todd Rosenblum

  • Cyber Security
  • Data
  • Risk
  • Security
Getting to grips with cyber security

Getting to grips with cyber security

There are fairly straight forward things your business can do to help avoid being a victim of ransomware or other cyber crime, says Gary Fairley

  • Cyber Security
  • Data
  • Risk
  • Security
What does resilience mean in the UK?

What does resilience mean in the UK?

Sarah Ponesch interviewed five UK stakeholders with the aim of identifying the UK-specificity of resilience as a ‘culture’ in an ever-changing world

  • Resilience
  • UK
Organisational resilience

Organisational resilience

Anticipation, assessment, prevention, preparation,response and recovery – these are the vital areas that any organisation should be looking at when considering its resilience, says Roger Gomm

  • Preparedness
  • Recovery
  • Resilience
  • Risk
Alternative community crisis paradigm

Alternative community crisis paradigm

Dennis Davis suggests that resilience should become more focused upon the citizen, with matters of vulnerability and consequence being considered at the planning stage

  • Communications
  • Communities
  • Resilience
Workplace violence crises

Workplace violence crises

Richard Diston examines workplace violence, saying that it can often be an organisational crisis. But how to eliminate violent conduct and ensure a safe workplace for all employees? The starting point is leadership

  • Leadership
  • Management
Emergency management on islands

Emergency management on islands

How do you undertake disaster management on one of the world’s most remote islands? Ian Johnson describes the particular challenges of protecting the island of St Helena in the South Atlantic

  • Case Study
  • Preparedness
  • Risk
  • Safety
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