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Global volatility, the threat of cyber breaches, climate change, ISO22301, and post-Brexit scenarios headline those areas that will have an impact on business continuity during 2019. Charlie Maclean Bristol, Director of Training at PlanB Consulting, offers five predictions focusing on these areas that will play a role in the uncertainty of business continuity planning in the new year.

In his post for Continuity, Bristol delves into these topics and offers his viewpoint on how to prepare and respond to each of his predictions. Read the full post via Continuity

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