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The Future Vision Committee’s 2019 Predictions Webinar Now Available Online

February 11, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Did you miss our most recent webinar, “Trends and Predictions from DRI’s Future Vision Committee: How to Prepare for 2019”? If you did — or if you want to share it with a colleague — it’s now available on our website. Join Future Vision Committee members Lyndon Bird, Richard Knowlton, and Patrick Alcantara, along with DRI […]

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Brexit Roundup: Prepping for a ‘No-Deal’ Supply Chain and Manufacturing Disruption

January 25, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

With a Brexit agreement still seemingly unattainable, businesses are preparing for a future of uncertainty for manufacturing, supply chains, and the ultimate impact on consumers. Due to the lack of an agreed-upon plan for Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union A “no-deal” Brexit agreement is looming for the end of March, many businesses have found […]

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DRI’s Global Risk and Resilience Trends Report: Major Impacts by Region

January 14, 2019 Leave a comment DRI Admin

The DRI International Global Risk and Resilience Trends Report provides a global perspective and comprehensive trends analysis of how resilience professionals view their industry and the external factors that are shaping it. But every region defines its risks differently. Here’s the current landscape. The DRI Future Vision Committee analyzed probability and impact responses for each […]

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DRI Speaking Engagements – July 9, 2018

July 9, 2018 Leave a comment DRI Admin

We speak at numerous industry events around the globe and engage with our community in a variety of ways. Find out where you can meet DRI at these upcoming events. DRI One-Day Conference Series Hosted by the University of Kentucky 08/3/18 Lexington, KY The latest in DRI’s regional conference series will feature subject matter expert […]

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Not the Beer! CO2 Supply Shortage Puts UK Stores on Food and Drink Rations

June 27, 2018 Leave a comment DRI Admin

A shortage in the supply chain can have wide-ranging effects, as evidenced by a lack of carbon dioxide that stretches back to the fertilizer industry, and is affecting everything from food packaging to the amount of beer making its way onto grocery shelves. The UK wholesaler Booker is limiting its customers – including grocery stores […]

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DRI Presents the Future of Resilience at BANG Symposium in London

May 31, 2018 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Each year, the BANG (Business And National Government) Business Continuity and Resource Group hosts the BANG Resilience Symposium, and DRI was on hand on May 16 to present on the future vision of resilience as part of this year’s theme, “Resilient Cities.” DRI Director of Global Operations Kelsey Rose and Future Vision Committee Chair Lyndon […]

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GDPR From a BC Perspective

May 25, 2018 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Lyndon Bird, Chair of DRI’s Future Vision Committee Today sees the launch of the European Union (EU) flagship legislation – the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The consequences of GDPR and data privacy in general are discussed in the DRI Trends and Predictions Reports for 2018. Copies can be downloaded here. Why is GDPR different? GDPR […]

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The Real Problem with GDPR and Data Breach Reporting

May 25, 2018 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Al Berman, President, DRI Foundation While much has been written about the protection of privacy and data provided for by GDPR, both from controller and provider perspectives, the reality is that the real threat — the one that keeps cyber experts up at night — is what happens after all our preventive efforts fail and […]

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Hurricane-Force Gusts Damage Ireland as Ophelia Makes Landfall in UK

October 19, 2017 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Storm Ophelia, a post-tropical cyclone that started as a hurricane in the Atlantic, blasted Ireland and other parts of the United Kingdom with winds as high as 97mph – possibly the worst storm to hit the British Isles in 50 years. Around 120,000 homes and buildings were left without power as the country went into lockdown […]

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Brexit Fears Hitting European Supply Chains

June 16, 2017 Leave a comment dridrive

With looming Brexit negotiations, companies in both the United Kingdom and the European Union are planning for worst-case scenarios. 45% of European companies are looking to replace UK supplier with local businesses, and a third of UK business are seeking out replacements for European suppliers, according to a survey by the Charter Institute of Procurement […]

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