Monday June 1, 2020

Managing risk with resilience

A Central Bank report on cyber security risks highlights that businesses need structures in place to withstand inevitable problems, writes Michael Conway of Renaissance

13th November, 2016
Michael Conway, director of Renaissance

In the promotion of good risk management, there is no better quality to encourage in a company than organisational resilience, according to Michael Conway of Renaissance.

While it is important to identify risks and mitigate against them, ultimately it’s more important that the company has the ability to withstand inevitable problems effectively.

“You can look at risk at a high level with a number of headings – economic risk, environmental risk, geopolitical risk,...

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