Resilience First runs a wide range of events including webinars, conferences, networking events, workshops, roundtables and networking receptions, aimed at sharing best practice, developing new ways of working and thought leadership as well as building corporate and stakeholder relationships.

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Webinar launch of a blueprint for whole of society resilience

Webinar, Tuesday 31 January 2023, 1pm to 2pm GMT
Resilience First, in collaboration with PA Consulting, are delighted to invite our members to a webinar to launch our latest report: a blueprint for whole of society resilience. During the session, our expert panellists will share their perspectives on the recently published UK Government Resilience Framework (UKGRF), which sets out plans to strengthen resilience to 2030.

The Portuguese Construction Technology Platform networking event

Tuesday 7 February, 18:00-20:00 GMT, London
Resilience First is delighted to invite our members to a networking evening on building resilience across the construction sector on Tuesday 7 February, from 18:00 GMT in London. The evening will offer you the opportunity to find out more about The Portuguese Construction Technology Platform (PTPC) who has been working, with support from the Portuguese government and the European Commission, on a strategy that seeks to consolidate digital transformation with sustainability agendas to support and enable the construction sector of the future.

How secure and resilient is your business? Part II: Physical Security

Breakfast briefing | 28 February | 8am - 10am | London

As businesses focus a significant portion of their resilience planning around cyber-threats, organised crime gangs (OCGs) and hostile actors continue to look for new and inventive ways to exploit the vulnerabilities in the sometimes overlooked and often outdated physical security systems. Do you need to be investing more in physical security?