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Patrick Potter, digital risk strategist at RSA, shares insights into how financial institutions – some already heavy with digitalisation – need to elevate their business recovery and resiliency strategies to navigate through the global pandemic and prepare for the ‘next normal’. James Fong, RSA…
If your organization is like so many others today, it’s become a complex tapestry of products, services, processes, technologies, employees, third parties and more. Each of these organizational components adds another level of complexity, which in turn magnifies the fragility and intricacy of your…
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