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What is Operational Resilience?

Operational Resilience is a term that is being used more and more frequently by organisations wishing to implement some form of programme to protect themselves from operational risks.  But what is Operational Resilience? The Financial Conduct Authority define it as the ‘ability of firms, financial market infrastructures and the financial sector as a whole to […]

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Get prepared for emergencies

Hidden in the news about the forthcoming election, Post Office inquiry and tragic death after the recent torrential rain, the government announced a new website advising how to ‘get prepared for emergencies’.  Given that I still have the oh-so-useful (?) Preparing for Emergencies leaflet that was sent to each household back in 2004, I decided

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A perspective on resilience as Cambridge Risk Solutions celebrates 16 years

This short blog offers a perspective on resilience as Cambridge Risk Solutions celebrates 16 years.  We have survived so much: the financial crash, the main impacts of which were felt immediately after we started our business, Covid-19 (lockdowns, home-schooling and illness), moving house, moving office, moving office twice more, having children, writing a book (not

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What is Log-keeper Training?

Log-keeper training is a type of training that focuses on the development of skills related to logging and logging-related activities. It is designed to help individuals become proficient in the collection, management and analysis of log data. For the perspective of this blog, we are focussed on loggist training as part of a crisis management

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