Keeping the lights on when everything goes bang
Many businesses view risk management as an issue for somebody else, somewhere else. However, the regularity of data-related incidents in Irish organisations this year means it should be an issue for all
While uptake in business continuity has increased significantly in recent years, it tends to be reactive rather than active, with businesses failing to see value until disaster strikes.
Some of those who do take it seriously are, up to a point, frogmarched into it.
“What we are seeing is that highly regulated sectors have been first to move, while other industries have been slower to follow behind,” said Karen O’Connor, general manager service delivery division...
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