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    Don’t get lost in cyber space – 10 steps to prepare to communicate about cyber incidents

    Communicating around cyber incidents can fill even the most seasoned of communications professionals with fear. According to our recent research, almost half of communications teams feel unprepared to communicate about them. A good communications response to a cyber incident is critical to protecting reputation and minimising subsequent commercial impacts such as a loss of customers […]

    How war gaming can support business resilience

    War gaming is an underused yet powerful tool for exercising business resilience. Drawing on his experience from the military and working with large corporations and government departments, Dominic Cockram will chair a panel session and short interactive war game at this year’s Global Resilience Summit, hosted by London First. The session will help delegates to […]

    Regester Larkin COO Tim Johnson joins Risk Leaders 2016 to discuss effective crisis leadership

    Recent corporate history has provided dozens of examples of catastrophic failures in risk mitigation and seen global organisations engulfed in crisis. Regester Larkin’s chief operating officer, Tim Johnson, will join the 7th Annual Risk Leaders Conference to discuss what is required to display effective ‘crisis leadership’ and how to guide your organisations back into calmer […]

    Andrew Sheves addresses (ISC)² Security Congress on preparing the c-suite for a cyber crisis

    Despite significant improvements to protect against cyber attacks, many organisations struggle to understand how they would respond to one. A cyber incident is often unfamiliar territory, presenting new and unique challenges and terminology and requiring different functions and teams to collaborate and coordinate to manage the operational and strategic response. Organisations must learn how to […]

    Crisis Management Conference 2016

    We are delighted to announce that our 4th annual Crisis Management Conference will be held in London on Wednesday 14th September 2016. According to our recent crisis management survey, organisations are more confident in their ability to respond to familiar risks, such as industrial accidents, product recalls and extreme weather events, than unfamiliar risks such […]

    Crisis Management Conference London 2015: Leadership in crisis preparedness and response

    We are delighted to announce that our annual Crisis Management Conference (CMC) will be held in London on the 15th September 2015. Now in its third year, CMC offers a unique opportunity to share views and practical experiences with other crisis management professionals from industry, government and academia. This past year saw crises ranging from […]

    Reputational risk management in the banking industry

    Reputational risk has always been of critical importance to banks but has recently been accelerated up the agenda through a combination of internal impetus and regulatory drivers. The European Banking Authority’s paper released in July 2014 spotlighted reputational risk as a key area which needs greater bank focus, and this has spurred momentum within the […]

    Crisis Communications: The role of media and relative telephone response teams in a live crisis

    Houston Wednesday, April 22, 2015 8.00am to 12.00pm During a crisis, the media, the families and the communities of those affected demand information. An organization’s ability to meet those intense demands for information, often when little is available, is a vital aspect of protecting reputation when things go wrong. Immediately establishing media and relative telephone […]