Posts filed under: BCI

Four new ideas from BCI World

Sometimes the best journey is the one where you don’t stick to the straight and narrow. So rather than writing about the more traditional topics at the BCI World Conference...
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Six reasons ISO/TS 22317 is a step forward for Business Continuity

In mid-September, a new technical specification, ISO/TS 22317 Societal security — Business continuity management systems — Guidelines for Business Impact Analysis (BIA), was issued which is poised to significantly improve...
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The All Hazards Approach – Is it enough?

Way back, in the early days of Business Continuity (BC), we struggled to distance BC from Risk Management. One of the main battles was over Scenario Planning. We fought long...
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Why testing and exercising are essential for an effective business continuity programme – Exercise Types

By Saul Midler Why did the BCI dumb down the Exercising construct in the Good Practice Guide (GPG)? I prefer the 2010 version of the GPG because its easier for...
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Are you at the forefront of change in the BC industry?

Business Continuity is an ever-changing discipline, and it is crucial we think about the shape of the future before making decisions today. At Linus’ inaugural Chairman’s Breakfast, we were honoured...
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Saul Midler joins the elite group at BCI Fellowship level

The Linus team is very excited to announce that our very own Saul Midler has just attained Fellow level of membership within the Business Continuity Institute (FBCI), extolling him as one...
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Insights from the 2014 Australasian BCI Summit

It’s been a month since I attended and participated at the 2014 BCI Australasian Summit. Firstly, hats off to the organising group both for logistics and the array of speakers....
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