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Resilience & Business Continuity

Illustration of a black eye with a radar in the pupil in the middle of a hurricane with red background. Criminals take advantage of distractions like extreme weather.

Keep Ahead of Crises by Planning for Complex Scenarios

Many organizations have gone to great lengths to secure their facilities, whether that is a single building or an entire compound. But as adversaries’ capabilities advance and attack planning cycles accelerate due to the increased availability of open-source information, the days when an organization’s physical security program started at the perimeter fence are behind us.

This new era requires security programs and initiatives that prevail both inside and outside of the perimeter. Security professionals need to think like an adversary, constantly envisioning how a current event—whether planned or unplanned—could be used to an attacker’s advantage.

Focus on Crisis Leadership

Measuring the Hallmarks of Crisis Leadership

Are you an effective communicator? Good at delegating tasks? A calming presence even during challenging times? Then congratulations—you have all the makings of an excellent crisis manager. But these talents alone will not produce a good outcome during an incident.

Stress Management

Personal Resilience: How to Help Employees Battle Burnout

Chronic stress can disturb the immune, digestive, cardiovascular, sleep, and reproductive systems, the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) explained in a fact sheet.

And when it comes to work, many people who experience chronic stress also begin to show signs of burnout—or mental exhaustion—especially in cybersecurity.

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