Apr

26

Risk, resilience and reward: what does business think?

Date: 26 April 2019
Location: EY, 1 More London Place, London SE1 2AF London

Resilience First and EY have joined forces to launch a survey around business sentiment to preparing for and responding to today’s risk environment.

Crises Control in collaboration with Resilience First are inviting professionals interested in the survey outcomes to register for this event.

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cc resilience logoIn light of political uncertainty, regulatory changes and ongoing cyber-security threats, this launch event will focus on business resilience and where companies are focusing their efforts.

A panel of speakers from government and industry will share recent research insights and findings to help strengthen, optimise and grow your business in the face of ongoing uncertainty.

Speakers (in alphabetical order):

  • Caroline Artis, Partner at EY
  • Fiona Twycross, Deputy Mayor for Fire and Resilience at the Greater London Authority, and the Chief Resilience Officer for London
  • Kevin Duffey, CEO, Cyber Rescue Alliance (moderator/storyteller)
  • Simon Collins, Chair of Resilience First

Kindly hosted by EY.

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Apr

29

Crises Control v5.2.6 Release

Date: 29 April 2019
Time: 3:00 PM
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Our Support team will give a presentation of the new features included in the new version of the Mobile App and Web Platform. Followed by Q&A!

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Jun

04

Leadership in resilience at airports and airfields

Date: 04 June 2019

Beyond the complex air-traffic control measures needed to manage today's crowded skies, there are the important questions of the management of aircraft and passengers on the ground, their passage through air hubs, and the communities that serve and supply them.

Crises Control in collaboration with Resilience First are inviting professionals interested in the survey outcomes to register for this event.

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This briefing and dinner will address the issue of keeping the land-side communities of airports and airfields resilient in the face of potential shocks and stresses. With the intrusion by drones at two major UK airports coupled with the collapse of airlines like Monarch and Flybmi as recent examples of the challenges to the airline industry, then it is appropriate and timely to hear from two people at the centre of ensuring our airports and airfields are kept working and regulated, whatever the challenges might be.

The briefing will mark the launch of Resilience First's work on airport community resilience.

Speakers

Air Vice-Marshal Ian Duguid OBE, Air Officer Commanding, 11 Group RAF

Dame Deidre Hutton, Chair, Civil Aviation Authority

Kindly hosted by KPMG

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