Issue 153

Issue 153

 20th July 2020

COVID-19 INFORMATION

UK Government 

NHS 

EPC 

 

OUR RECENT PUBLICATIONS 

Blog: JESIP Article Mini-Series – Reflection

Publication: The Lessons Digest Edition 1

Blog: Introducing the Lessons Digest

Tools and Templates: The EPC BC Checklist

 

RECOMMENDED READ 

Dealing With the COVID-19 Crisis as a Young BCM Professional

 

WEEKLY WATCH 

The Students Who put Themselves on the Front Line

 

PUBLICATIONS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS 

JESIP: News 27

EPS: New Strategic Partnership with Crisis Response Journal

ICPEM: ALERT Summer 2020

30 Days 30 Ways UK: 2020 Schedule (Resilience Direct sign-in required)

 

MEDIA AND ARTICLES 

Millions Could be Vaccinated Against COVID-19 as UK Secures Strong Portfolio of Promising Vaccines

A busy Atlantic Hurricane Season Could Mean More Fires in the Amazon

Why Some Companies Leapt to Support the COVID-19 Response

UK Authorities and Allies Expose Russian Cyber Attacks on Coronavirus Vaccine Development

Survey Shows Increasing Uptake of Business Continuity Planning in the UK

How COVID-19 Related Remote Working has Changed the Future of Cyber Resilience

Conspiracy Theories and Terrorism: Online Words, Offline Actions

Prolonged Siberian Heat Attributed to Climate Change

NCSC Updates its Advice on Managing High Risk Vendors Within UK Telecoms Networks

As Consumers Keep Adapting, How Will Your Business Keep Changing With Them?

Floods Kill Scores in India's Assam State

 

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