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The seven sins of crisis communications

The Seven Sins of Crisis Communications Witnessing a crisis unfold can be like watching a train crash. It is horrible to watch, but hard to look away as customers, commentators and stakeholders take to traditional and social media to vent their frustration. If poorly managed, the issue can escalate out of control and significantly damage […]

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Don’t shoot the canary in your coalmine

28th October 2019 | by Tim Archer, Head of Communications, RiskLogic  Some people grumble that the advent of social media has increased the risk of bad publicity for businesses because it only takes one grumpy customer with a smart phone and an Instagram following to create a damaging pile on. While this is true to […]

Crisis Management Survey

2019 Crisis Management Survey Snapshot

Leaders today are arguably facing one of the most uncertain economic, political and social landscapes of recent history. 2019 has already proven to be a year of unexpected change with major events unfolding that have shaped both our local communities and global economy. In April 2019, Catalyst Technologies surveyed leading organisations across Australia and New […]

RiskLogic Perth office

RiskLogic opens new Perth office

RiskLogic has opened a new office in Perth – demonstrating a long-term commitment to clients, businesses and Partners in Western Australia. The Perth office adds to the national growth of RiskLogic and will offer the full suite of resilience services including Business Continuity, Crisis Management, Incident Management, Cyber Consulting and Crisis Communications. The Perth office […]

APRA CPS 234 Webinar

Cyber Series webinar on Preparing for the impact of CPS 234

Subscribe to our mailing list so you don’t miss future webinars. On 1 July 2019, the new APRA prudential standard CPS 234 will come into effect for all APRA-regulated entities, as well as organisations providing services to these entities. This standard aims to prepare organisations to combat the rising threat of cyber-attacks and ensure measures […]

Melbourne Fire

Business continuity – How infernos like the melbourne fire in campbellfield can affect your bottom line

In the early morning of April 5th, the Metropolitan Fire brigade were called to an industrial fire at a factory in Campbellfield. What they saw was an out of control inferno with projectiles shooting into the air like rockets. The factory at the centre of this blaze was Bradbury Industrial Services – the Waste business […]