World Back Up Day
Inverroy Crisis Management
by Kirsten Bremner
11M ago
It’s World Backup Day, so we’re sharing our tips and tricks on data protection. Marked annually on 31 March, World Backup Day highlights the importance of keeping a copy of your data, protecting it against accidental or malicious loss.  Statistics from the World Backup Day website show why this is so important. Did you know that 29% of data loss cases are caused by an accident? Or that 113 phones are lost or stolen every minute, or that 30% of computers are already infected with malware? In a world that is increasingly reliant on technology, it’s more important than ever to ensure you hav ..read more
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Inverroy Crisis Management: Eight Years of CAKE!
Inverroy Crisis Management
by Kirsten Bremner
1y ago
Inverroy Crisis Management is celebrating its 8th anniversary! From his military experience to the launch of his own company, and of course CAKE, learn more about the backstory of Inverroy from our founder himself. When Matthew Wardner, Inverroy Crisis Management’s MD, was in Ghana recently providing Incident Management and Business Continuity training to an international oil company client, the thought of ‘cake’ suddenly popped into his head: not because he was peckish but because ‘CAKE’ is the British Army’s pneumonic for ‘Battle Procedure’: Concurrent Activity, Anticipation, Knowledge and E ..read more
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International Womens Day 2023
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by Kirsten Bremner
1y ago
It’s International Women’s Day, so we want to celebrate the fantastic women of Inverroy Crisis Management! International Women’s Day is observed annually on March 8 and this year, the theme is DigitALL: Innovation and technology for gender equality. Working in business resilience and crisis management, our team comes face-to-face with challenges and difficult situations every single day. It’s what we do, and it’s why we love what we do – helping organisations and individuals feel prepared for anything and everything. However, we also recognise that to do our job, we have to be resilient and i ..read more
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Preparing for a National Power Outage
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by Kirsten Bremner
1y ago
Following Scottish Continuity’s webinar in December 2022, we gathered some of the thinking around how to prepare for a loss of electricity. There are a lot of theories taking place around situations such as a National Power Outage or planned power outages across the grid to cope with a reduction in electricity generation. While these different causes might very well lead to different impacts and consequences, all of us should consider how we as individuals, how our families and how our organisations and colleagues can prepare for a loss of electricity, even without the current focus on particu ..read more
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Horizon Scanning: Global Supply Chain
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by Kirsten Bremner
1y ago
Relationships are shifting between China and its rivals. Inverroy takes a look at how relations have evolved and the potential impacts the outbreak of war with China would have on the global supply chain.  Tensions rising higher than a Chinese spy balloon…. The last month has seen tensions between the world’s two superpowers escalating with four ‘unidentified objects’ being shot down above the US and Canada. These were believed to be military balloons launched as part of a Chinese surveillance programme on strategic military sites. These balloons have also been spotted over at least four ..read more
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New Country Entry: Risks and Rewards
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by Lauren Wallis
1y ago
New country entry is integral to business expansion, however it comes with risk. In our ever-changing climate, it is vital to conduct thorough due diligence and identify all possible threats, from security to economic instability and international relations. Common Failures of New Country Entry Cultural differences: in a new country, considerable efforts should be made to respect local customs, including language barriers and behavioural differences which can affect business. Unforeseen costs: expenses such as tariffs, export fees and high tax rates can damage profit margins. Lack of pl ..read more
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How can reviewing your Business Continuity Plan ‘now’ help your charity?
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by Kirsten Bremner
1y ago
A pandemic, cost of living crisis, and war are just a few issues that are causing impact to many lives at present. The knock-on effect is monumental to the charities sector with rising demand, fewer donations and goods and services being more expensive and less obtainable, are all contributing to an extremely challenging time that is unlikely change in the near future. In a prolonged period of disruptive change it is ever more important to continue to build resilience. Within the charity sector, the increasing demand for providing support and carrying out necessary fundraising is likely to out ..read more
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The Ever-Changing Climate of Public Opinion: A Stark Reminder for Energy Companies
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by Kirsten Bremner
1y ago
Takeaway Points Energy companies need to be alive to both the changing climate of public opinion and threats posed by climate change groups. The recent price cap announcement may have taken the sting out of energy price protesters, but they haven't gone away. Businesses continue to have uncertain futures due to the six-month commitment to an energy cap.  This may prompt unrest amongst business owners and staff redundancies if energy bills make businesses untenable to function. If stark inflation predictions are correct there may be continued civil unrest throughout the coming year ..read more
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Martyn's Law is coming. Here's what you need to do now.
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by Guest User
1y ago
Martyn's Law is coming. Here's what you need to do now. Martyn Hett was fun.  A superfan of Coronation Street, he had a tattoo of Deirdre Barlow in prison on his leg. In 2014, he won ‘Couples Come Dine with Me’.  In 2017, he died.   The 29-year-old was one of 22 people who were killed in a terrorist bombing at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester Arena – one of the largest bombings ever to have taken place in the UK.  Now, a law under his name - Martyn’s Law, also known as Protect Duty – is expected to come into force that will compel public venues in the UK to take ..read more
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Travel Risk Planning: The plan you don’t know you need until you need it. 
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by Shauna Wynne Cole
1y ago
TRAVEL RISK PLANNING: THE PLAN YOU DON’T KNOW YOU NEED UNTIL YOU NEED IT. This blog is based on true events.  Imagine the scene.  You’re travelling out of the country for the long-awaited first face to face staff meeting in three years. Anticipation is high, work hours will be long, and socialising will be maximised. It’s going brilliantly. On the final night, a ‘surf n’ turf’ feast is served. The meat and fish have been locally sourced, and everyone reckons it is a meal that will go down in the history books. It does. What happened? The next day, two senior leaders reported feeling ..read more
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