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COMING SOON! Business Continuity Exercises: Quick Exercises to Validate Your Plan

Author: Charlie Maclean Bristol, Training Director, FBCI, FEPS

Look out for Charlie’s book 'Business Continuity Exercises: Quick Exercises to Validate Your Plan' coming out this Autumn!

The Aim of This Book

The aim of this book is to provide practitioners and those with limited knowledge of running exercises with a series of simple exercises to improve the skills and knowledge of people involved in business continuity, crisis management, information and cyber security and community safety within their organisation, as well as members of the public.

  • Contains 18 different exercises, all of which can be conducted in under an hour.
  • Aims to democratise business continuity and make exercises accessible to more people.
  • Designed for not only business continuity professionals, but those in the emergency services, resilience, cyber and information security, as well as members of the public looking to improve their community's resilience.

There will also be a training course centred around the book and running business continuity exercises.

COMING SOON!

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