The Blind Spot in Workplace Violence Prevention Programs: Part Two

Steve Crimando

By Steve Crimando, Behavioral Science Applications In Part Two of our series on The Blind Spot in Workplace Violence Prevention Programs we will continue the discussion of workplace violence prevention for home office workers (A.K.A. telecommuters, remote workers, or employees working from home). In Part One of this three-part series, we

CI New York Conference “Millennial Spotlight” Session – Building Your Crisis Communication Team

During a crisis, communicating to those impacted is just as important as how your organizing will work through and resolve an event. What you say will impact how others perceive your organization and could even make you vulnerable to litigation. In this session, Jennifer March, a crisis communications analyst in Corporate

ACP Seeking Candidates for National Board of Directors

The Association of Continuity Professionals (ACP) is now accepting nominations for positions on its 2018 National Board of Directors. Four positions are currently open, each with a term of three years. ACP National supports local ACP chapters as they strive to develop and advance continuity professionals to be accomplished in their

Call for Editorial – Information Worth Sharing

For more than 20 years Continuity Insights has actively engaged with and sought contributions from thousands of business continuity professionals who exhibit the highest levels of expertise while fostering BC innovation, growth, and learning. Continuity Insights takes education and information sharing to a new level, creating a community of passionate subject

How to Keep IT Professionals Out of the Dark

Yaniv Valik, VP Product Management & Customer Success, Continuity Software

By Yaniv Valik, VP Product Management & Customer Success, Continuity Software: Like the name says, the “information technology” business thrives on – information. IT people, by definition, are supposed to know what keeps the IT system in an organization going, and what to do if there are disruptions. If they don't

Phishing and Social Engineering Top Drivers of Cyber Disruptions

The latest BCI Cyber Resilience Report, an analysis of cyber security incidents experienced by organizations across the world and how they respond to them, confirms that phishing and social engineering are maintaining their position as the top drivers of cyber disruptions. More than half (57%) of the survey respondents indicated

2018 CI Management Conference Keynote Announced

Continuity Insights has announced that Gerard Braud, an international crisis communications expert, coach, trainer, and author, will keynote the 2018 Continuity Insights Management Conference, scheduled for April 23-25, at the Hilton Miami Downtown, Miami, Florida. Discover why the facts often don’t matter as Braud presents, “Don’t Talk to the Media Until…

Full Program Available for Continuity Insights’ 2017 New York Conference

Two-day educational event will take place October 23-24, 2017 at the TKP New York Conference Center: Continuity Insights has announced the full conference program, including keynotes, speakers, and sessions, for the 2017 Continuity Insights New York Conference, taking place October 23-24, at the TKP Conference Center in the heart of New York

When Doing the Right Thing is the Right Thing to Do: Models of Good Contingency Management Leadership

Dr. Robert Chandler

By Robert C. Chandler, Ph.D., Professor of Communication, Lipscomb University Leadership is the most influential and critical element of successfully managing a contingency or crisis. Effective leaders have the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to inspire and impact their employees, customers, clients and other constituents. A good leader understands the core