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The Rise of Virtual Kidnapping

While our feeds have been flooded with news and developments on COVID-19, other disruptive events have subtly moved their way into people’s lives like an unexpected storm. It seems like only yesterday celebrities, news outlets and hashtags around the world directed their reach on the Australian bush fires that would cost the country up to […]

NZX Cyber attack

NZX Cyber-attack Is A Timely Reminder

The disruptive and repetitive cyberattacks that hit the New Zealand Stock Exchange, MetService and Stuff Media over the last month is a timely reminder that other events don’t disappear during a pandemic. It is a timely reminder that our threat landscape is alive and kicking. Hackers do not care about COVID-19. In fact, they probably […]

COVID Complacency

The C Word: Complacency

New Zealand is not as isolated as we first hoped. A few weekends ago, I found myself enjoying another beating of the Auckland Blues professional rugby team by my Christchurch Crusaders. There are few things as satisfying as a fresh night out with some family, beers, and hot chips. It is made more special when […]

Online Resilience Courses

Resilience Fundamentals Course | The Details

Enrol Today This virtual, six-week, 2-hour-per-session course is a comprehensive program for those interested in resilience best practice techniques. Designed by award-winning senior consultants, this online course will give you access to RiskLogic’s materials and resources and provide you with hands-on exercises and actionable steps for future events. You will leave prepared with the ability […]

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Why You Should Stop Telling Staff to “Lockdown”

In the last week, RiskLogic’s website spiked on search results for the keyword lockdown. And what do we typically associate the word lockdown within New Zealand and Australia? Probably the March 15th, Mosque shooting in Christchurch and the Lindt Café siege in Sydney. But is lockdown the correct terminology to use currently? What we’re dealing […]