CRJ 14:1 out now - don't miss out!
Business continuity & resilience, incident analysis - including the Morandi Bridge collapse, security & counter-terrorism, natural events, climate and humanitarian, and much, much more...
CRJ R&D: How drones and 3d printing can help crash scene investigation
Crash assessments could be safer, faster and more accurate through drone technology developed by Purdue University in the USA
Crisis Response Journal partnership with Disaster Recovery Institute
With this exciting new partnership, members of DRI will be provided access to the CRJ digital issues, allowing them to keep abreast of current developments in the world of resilience, crisis and disaster management.
LORCA unveils 11 cyber innovators tasked with tackling the industry’s biggest challenges
"These businesses represent the most promising solutions to the two biggest cybersecurity challenges identified at LORCA last year"
Calculating the cost of inaction
Too often when deciding whether to make changes or not, we only see the cost of action and ignore the cost of inaction. This means we may often choose unwisely, writes Robert Pratten
Why the terrorist threat level is still 'Severe'
The current threat level for international terrorism in the UK is Severe and has not been below this level since August 2014. Roger Gomm asks: Is it still justified?
CRJ Welcomes Colonel Robert 'Rob' Fagan to its Editorial Advisory Panel
We are delighted to welcome Robert Fagan to our team!
When is the right time for corporate social activism?
A recent US study found that more than 80 per cent of consumers believe corporations should take action on important issues. And 76 per cent said businesses should stand up for their political beliefs, says Dr Tony Jaques
Improving water supply cyber security in Finland
A two-year project has culminated in assessment tools and guidelines to improve the cyber security of water supplies, helping to safeguard Finland’s supply security during disruption or emergency situations
Homicide reduction efforts pay off in Rio de Janeiro
Official statistics for November 2018 show the lowest rate in premeditated murders for three years
EU publishes science-policy report on landscape fire risk management
Larger and more damaging landscape fires are challenging the suppression capacities of many protection programmes across Europe
Happy New Year from all at the Crisis Response Journal
The CRJ Team wants to wish all our networks a fantastic christmas and a happy, healthy new year!
Critical infrastructure and soft targets in the Maghreb states
Editorial Advisory Panel Member Lina Kolesnikova reports from an event in Casablanca, organised by the Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate (CTED) and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)
Online learning: Being prepared in the modern world
In this month’s blog on free preparedness training and education it’s Robert Fagan’s pleasure to highlight the course Staying Safe: How to Be Prepared in the Modern World from the United Kingdom’s Emergency Planning College
The climate threat to human health is growing
"Present day changes in heat waves and labour capacity provide early warning of the compounded and overwhelming impact on public health that is expected if temperatures continue to rise," according Professor Hilary Graham
Business continuity is not the same as crisis management
Any organisation that imagines that a business continuity plan makes it ‘crisis prepared’ is due for a big and costly surprise, says Dr Tony Jaques
CRJ welcomes David Prior of Resilio to its Editorial Advisory Panel
Realising early on that the best use of technology is to amplify people, David has a track record in the development and delivery of innovative yet pragmatic solutions to real world challenges
Collaboration on airport efficiency for effective disaster response
ICAO and UN OCHA recently co-chaired the Second Focus Task Force Meeting on Airport Efficiency for Effective Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response