An In-Depth Look at How Australian Businesses Tackle Operational Risk and Resilience

An In-Depth Look at How Australian Businesses Tackle Operational Risk and Resilience

We asked more than 300 Australian decision-makers, via research house, Antenna, how their business has managed risk and resilience over the last 18 months, and which risks they expect to show up on their radar in the year to come. Within this research report are the findings, which include insights and recommendations that can help C-suite executives, risk managers and other business leaders better adapt their current risk approach and strategy to future-proof their organisation’s corporate security posture against the next big crisis or disruption.

This research report examines:

  • A false sense of confidence and preparedness threatening Australian businesses
  • The challenges of identifying and managing new, unknown risks
  • 5 recommendations to build risk confidence In 2022

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