Complexity underpins the top business continuity issues for 2013


The failings &/or shortcomings of conventional risk management are known but still it’s acolytes continue to peddle their wares and ignore the inconvenient truth…

Complexity is a recognised source of risk that their tools and techniques CANNOT identify or address…but, if the understanding of the issues is growing amongst Risk Managers, surely, it can only be a matter of time before the ‘power’ of Ontonix tools becomes fully appreciated.

“…the risks we all face as we go into 2013 are much more complex, and thus much more difficult to counter,” says Michael Davies, CEO of ContinuitySA, Africa’s leading provider of business continuity services.

In what has become an annual exercise, Davies and members of his executive team met late in 2012 to review their predictions for the year and ponder what the coming year might hold for risk managers.

“What became very clear is it has become almost impossible to consider individual risks without taking the overall risk into consideration,” Davies observes. “Globalisation and the profound connectedness between individuals, companies and countries promoted by technology means that risk, too, must be seen broadly.”

Bearing this observation in mind, Davies and the ContinuitySA team have identified the following set of six interrelated risks for 2013….

Complexity underpins the top business continuity issues for 2013 | ITWeb.

2 Responses to Complexity underpins the top business continuity issues for 2013

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