James Green

James Green is Director, Risk Advisory Services at SAI Global. He is passionate about life safety and helps the C-Suite understand the importance of business continuity not just during an emergency, but as an integral part of day to day operations. He has worked on risk events that have occurred all over the globe, including civil unrest in Egypt during the Arab Spring, executive travel and protection in the Pacific Rim, and the effects of destructive tornadoes in Oklahoma.

  • COVID-19: A Long-Term BCM Challenge Without Precedent

    COVID-19: A Long-Term BCM Challenge Without Precedent

    The pandemic has revealed key weaknesses in business continuity across all industries. New thinking is needed to make significant changes in order to create resilience, James Green writes in DRJ.

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  • The Great Global Supply Chain Reckoning

    The Great Global Supply Chain Reckoning

    Two months ago, James Green wrote about how the coronavirus was set to cripple the global supply chain. Here we are. Everything from the stock market to the stock levels at our stores is impacted.

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  • How to Prepare Your Organization for the Coronavirus Outbreak

    How to Prepare Your Organization for the Coronavirus Outbreak

    As global concern grows about the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, organizations face rapid-response challenges. Read SAI Global's tips for a robust business continuity plan.

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  • A Challenging Climate: 2020 is a Defining Year for Climate Change and BCM

    A Challenging Climate: 2020 is a Defining Year for Climate Change and BCM

    2020 is a defining year for climate change and business continuity planning, SAI Global’s James Green writes in Disaster Recovery Journal.

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  • Coronavirus Crisis Set to Cripple Global Supply Chains

    Coronavirus Crisis Set to Cripple Global Supply Chains

    An interconnected global economy is feeling the strain of China’s latest viral outbreak.

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  • The Power Behind Integrating Vendor Risk, Cybersecurity and Business Resilience

    The Power Behind Integrating Vendor Risk, Cybersecurity and Business Resilience

    By removing silos and connecting risk management with cybersecurity and business continuity, organizations can develop the cyber resilience needed to meet the increasing threats of cyber disruption.

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