Useful guides, reports and best practices for improving resilience, for Resilience First members only.
A research paper on the perspectives of 50 plus CEOs from critical and non-critical infrastructure organisations in Australia, with a view to developing a research agenda.
A programme pioneered by Mastercard to create a new model of public-private partnerships.
A paper outlining steps HR professionals can take to introduce resilience into organisational structures
A research report detailing resilience in cities with case studies from a real estate perspective.
Introduction to the WARM framework and its application within communities with three case studies.
A review of the changing business and organisational risk landscape and what to do.
A poll on London's resilience to cater for future growth.
Guidance on how organisations can protect themselves in cyberspace, including the 10 steps to cyber security.
Societal Security – Business continuity management systems – Guidance
Societal Security – Business continuity management systems – Requirements
Security and resilience. Organizational resilience. Principles and attributes
Guidance on organizational resilience
A document detailing all risks considered relevant to London.
An NCSC guide with advice for small businesses on protecting themselves from the most common cyber-attacks.
Seven, internationally agreed global targets for disaster risk reduction and four priorities for action at Global, Regional, National and Local levels.
A 20-step, best-practice guide for effective risk management.
A comprehensive review of the risks faced at the national level, what is being done to mitigate them, and where further information can be found.
A report highlighting how G20 companies are managing in an interconnected, technologically disrupted and increasingly regulated world.
An examination of 100 profit warnings in a 12-month period and the effects on company value.
A review of 100 crises over the past 20 years, highlighting patterns that have emerged and their effects on businesses within a three-month window after the crisis becomes publicly known.
A guide of key steps to producing a community emergency plan
An examination of case studies to show how social capital serves as a critical part of resilience.
Steps to think about why and how you can help your community be prepared.
Guidance on how networks and individuals can support the emergency planning, response and recovery, and keep systems and services running.