Organisational resilience at UoN: growing immunity to a full spectrum of threats

Mils Hills, Nick Allen

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Abstract

In this interactive workshop Mils and Nick will describe the journey taken at Northampton to successfully enhance security and risk management. They will give an insight into how Scenario-Driven Exercises were used to test and re-engineer their strategic and operational responses to incidents, how successful engagement with Northampton’s Senior Management Team was achieved and how that drove rapid changes in process and capability development. In addition delegates will be given an exclusive, early insight into the Campus and Higher Education Security Standard (CHESS) for which Mils and Nick won funding from the Home Office.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 22 Mar 2018
EventHigher Education Business Continuity Network (HEBCoN) Annual Conference 2018 - University of York
Duration: 22 Mar 2018 → …

Conference

ConferenceHigher Education Business Continuity Network (HEBCoN) Annual Conference 2018
Period22/03/18 → …

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Keywords

  • Business continuity
  • risk management
  • crisis management
  • scenario-driven exercise
  • college and higher education security standard

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Hills, M., & Allen, N. (2018). Organisational resilience at UoN: growing immunity to a full spectrum of threats. Paper presented at Higher Education Business Continuity Network (HEBCoN) Annual Conference 2018, .