Organizational risk comes in many different forms, including financial, digital and physical. Reducing risk means recognizing factors and aligning protective measures accordingly. Citing physical security measures and business continuity planning, many businesses purport to be prepared to address and mitigate various risks…but how prepared are they, really? In this post, we discuss some measures (as […]
Supply Chain Security is Key to Reducing Counterfeit Goods Infiltration
Look no further than the backlog of cargo ships off the California coast for a prime example of supply chain disruption in play. Port congestion and disrupted transport schedules have slowed down goods arrival times. Worker shortages are impacting unloading and over-the-road transportation times, which in turn has been leading to goods shortages and unwelcome […]
The New Normal: Does Yours Include Ongoing Corporate Risk Assessment Consulting?
While any job can come with its fair share of risks, the recent pandemic offers organizations new opportunities for seeking corporate risk assessment consulting assistance. This past year has posed new challenges to employers, from the need to review their physical security measures to updating their policies on workplace violence. Few businesses have been spared […]
Reinventing Business Continuity: From Lessons Learned to Innovation
Looking back at 2020 and its impact on businesses across the globe can help illustrate the value of planning. From initial crisis response to business continuity management, organizations across a wide span of industries have faced serious and costly business challenges. As COVID-19 lingers in some regions amidst variances in mitigating risk, it appears that […]
Is COVID-19-Related Workplace Violence Consulting now the normal?
We’re in the home stretch of a very challenging year. Are you ready to address some of this year’s “new normal” risks? It’s a given that employers should be evaluating their ability to mitigate risk of COVID-19 in the physical workspace, from screenings and physical barriers to policy that addresses exposure. But what about the […]