One of the biggest risks businesses may experience in the next 12 months is the postponement of risk management and mitigation processes. As businesses reassess, reframe, adjust and adapt, our advice to all businesses is that these cutbacks must be short-lived, if they happen at all.
Being resilient means preparing for everything—including infectious disease.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is disrupting organisations in ways not previously experienced or planned for. What can you do to protect your business?
Attention FM Global clients: Whether or not your business has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, you can be sure of one thing—now is the perfect time to learn all you can to make your business more resilient.
Companies are increasingly vulnerable to indirect supply chain disruptions and need to factor this into their supply chain risk management.
Despite the increasing complexity of supply chain risk management, it seems executives in C-suites could do more to address the issue directly.
A recent survey by Pricewaterhouse Coopers found that Australian CEOs view cybersecurity risks as their greatest threat to business growth. Yet many mining executives are reporting that it would take a “catastrophic” cyber incident for industry to act and build adequate cyber resiliency.