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The CQ Crisis Management Program: Validation

You’ll experience firsthand the impact of not validating plans when a crisis occurs. The final professional practice of the Crisis Management and Business Continuity Lifecycle is validation. Although it is the last step, it is arguably the most important and is regularly put on hold due to other commitments or budget constraints. Failure to complete […]

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The CQ Crisis Management Program: Training

Any Crisis, Business Continuity or Incident Management Plan is only as good as the team using it during a crisis. It’s all about the people. Don’t just train your primary Team Leaders, train the whole team, as well as reserve staff. Traditionally, Crisis Team Members were expected to provide effective leadership during an incident with […]

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The CQ Crisis Management Program: Planning

Organisations in Australasia today are underprepared for tomorrow’s crisis. The lack of crisis readiness is evident across most sectors of the economy and undermines the stability of many organisations. It presents a significant risk to an entity’s reputation, market share, financial stability and regulatory compliance. Crisis management has traditionally been the domain of public relations […]

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RiskLogic Releases the CQ Crisis Management Program

RiskLogic has been researching demographic activities and behaviours in the crisis management and business continuity fields and found that New Zealand organisations want simplified but effective programs at affordable prices. The three main wants we uncovered for a program are: Easy to adopt and maintain   Effective and relevant to the organisation   Affordable RiskLogic […]

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A Reflection on Business Continuity in 2018

2019 came around very fast for us here at RiskLogic. I’m sure it was the same for you. It was another year of crazy travel across New Zealand, Australia, India and even the Czech Republic. Over one-hundred flights takes its toll, but it’s fantastic to be at the front of this amazing organisation. With so much travel and client […]

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100 Million Quora Users Hacked | Cyber Attacks Here to Stay

On Tuesday the 4th of December, a few of the RiskLogic team members received the same email from the internet’s 94th ranked website, Quora. “We are writing to let you know that we recently discovered that some user data was compromised as a result of unauthorised access to our systems by a malicious third party.” […]

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Tactical & Strategic Response | Webinar Review

On November 21st and 28th, the team over at our Sydney HQ, conducted two webinars focused on the first crucial steps to a resilient organisation: tactical emergency management and strategic crisis response. RiskLogic has forecasted the need for dramatic change around how organisations manage the complex nature of events in 2019. There are many different […]

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How The Civil Defence Alert System Went

On Sunday November 25th, New Zealand experienced their own emergency alert system, like what Country Manager, Brad Law has discussed in one of his videos. The Ministry of Civil Defence tested their Emergency Mobile Alert System between 6 and 7 pm. It reportedly reached approximately 3 million phones, just 1.7 million shy of the total […]

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Business Continuity Technology | 2019 Focus

With the new year just over a month away, many New Zealand organisations have yet to adopt reliable and adequate technology solutions for their business continuity procedures. It is time to look at Business Continuity Plans (BCPs) and what they represent to an organisation. Historically BCPs have been left to collect dust in the back […]

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Stimulating Interest Before a Crisis Event

Written by Brad Law, New Zealand Country Manager. On the 30th of October, New Zealand was again rocked by a 6.2 earthquake south-west of Taumaranui. This is nothing unusual for a Cantabrian, but my hotel in Wellington swaying and rolling certainly caused some beads of sweat. A few hours later after my first meeting of the […]

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