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Business Resilience & Support (Covid-19)

Business resilience is the ability an organisation has to quickly adapt to disruptions whilst maintaining continuous business operations and safeguarding people, assets and overall brand equity. It incorporates crisis management and business continuity.

Why Business Resilience?

All organisations, of any size or type, anywhere in the world, face a wide range of risks which could cause them long-term harm, from financial penalty to reputational damage.

Risks include:

  • Natural disasters
  • Economic disruption and market turbulence
  • Terrorist-related incidents and disruption
  • Cyber crime and cyber terrorism 
  • Civil emergencies, strikes, and similar action
  • Pandemic threats, including SARS and Avian Flu
  • Compliance failures
  • Disruptive technological advances
  • Technology failure
  • Supply chain failure

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Key Business Resilience Resources

Personal Safety

CSSC: The Cross-sector Safety & Security Communications (CSSC) hub is a partnership between law enforcement agencies, local and national government organisations and private sector businesses.

CSSC website

National Counter Terrorism Security Office: For videos and the latest information on Crowded Places Guidance; Run, Hide, Tell; Advice for Security Managers.

National Counter Terrorism Security Office

MI5: For information on the latest security levels, business security and travel advice.

Information from MI5


Cyber Security

NCSC:  The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) provides support to public sector, industry, SMEs as well as the general public by providing effective incident response, help with recovery and practical guidance.

Latest advice on working from home due to Covid-19 virus

NSCS website


Health Safety

Public Health England:  aims to protect and promote the nation’s health and well-being and protecting the nation from public health hazards.

Public Health England Website