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Business continuity in 2019 – A peek into the future

Business continuity in 2019 – A peek into the future

David Rubens says 2018 has been a challenging year for anyone involved in any aspect of security, risk and business continuity management

Turbulent times

Turbulent times

Like it or loathe it, Brexit creates an opportunity to engage organisations in establishing, developing and testing their resilience, according to David Evans

Social media signals to monitor risk

Social media signals to monitor risk

Machine learning and artifi cial intelligence can provide immediate situational awareness, says CRJ's Key Network Partner, Dataminr

Insider threats

Insider threats

How can we improve informed awareness and hedge against high consequence, low probability events such as insider threat breaches? Josh Kurjan investigates

Realistic rehearsals

Realistic rehearsals

Key Network Partner Conducttr develops technology and methodology for clients to write and run their own realistic crisis exercises, writes Robert Pratten

Contextual awareness

Contextual awareness

Today’s massive influx of data is changing the anatomy of technology in business and the landscape in which organisations operate, says David Prior

The Morandi Bridge collapse

The Morandi Bridge collapse

Luigi D’Angelo describes the operational search and rescue efforts after a bridge collapsed in Genoa, plunging vehicles to the ground and killing dozens of people

Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence

Frank Blackley outlines preparations taken ahead of Hurricane Florence striking Wilmington, North Carolina, this August

Misinformation and fake news

Misinformation and fake news

The fallout from one of Russia’s deadliest fires in modern history was intensifi ed by mistrust and lack of effective communication, says Lina Kolesnikova

The evolution of smoke detectors

The evolution of smoke detectors

The time people have to exit a burning building has been decreased with the advent of modern, synthetic materials, according to CRJ Key Network Partner, UL

The tip of the spear against terror

The tip of the spear against terror

Robert McAlister and Naser Arabyat take a look at what’s on offer at the King Abdullah II Special Operations Training Centre in Jordan

Assessing the current al-Qaeda threat

Assessing the current al-Qaeda threat

A UN report offers a stark reminder that al-Qaeda remains a serious danger, reports Roger Gomm

Hybrid threats

Hybrid threats

Can a natural disaster be a hybrid threat? What is the role of the military after disasters? How do disasters influence states, especially fragile ones? Alois Hirschmugl investigates

Environmental issues in hybrid warfare

Environmental issues in hybrid warfare

Four years of conflict in eastern Ukraine have led to thousands of deaths, and the effects on the environment and infrastructure are threatening thousands more people, says Serhii Ivaniuta

Civil-military co-ordination

Civil-military co-ordination

David P Polatty and Ronak Patel explore how urbanisation and climate change will dominate the future of humanitarian action and present a new landscape for militaries and civilian organisations

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