2018 Crisis Management Benchmarking Report

Closing the Crisis Confidence Gap

Today’s business landscape is fraught with risk. In addition to the water main leaks and product recalls that have threatened businesses for generations, senior executives must now contend with a whole new set of hazards. Cybersecurity breaches have legal, compliance, and risk executives on high alert—and with good reason. Meanwhile, new allegations surface every day regarding workplace harassment and violence.

Compounding the pressure on professionals to keep crises at bay is the 24-hour digital news cycle, which can spread news of corporate missteps at a terrifyingly fast rate—an eventuality that could devastate a company’s reputation, stock price, and bottom line.

To address these growing concerns, Morrison & Foerster and Ethisphere teamed up to create a global 2018 Crisis Management Benchmarking Report. The report is designed to give business leaders and compliance professionals insights into current trends involving crisis management professionals and teams around the world, and to highlight best practices for crisis planning, tabletop exercises, and more.

Read our report to learn:

  • The types of risks that companies’ crisis-preparedness plans tend to overlook;
  • The single most effective step you can take to increase your company’s confidence in its risk response plan;
  • Which types of third parties companies should specifically retain and name in their crisis preparedness plans;
  • How to best prevent and mitigate the damage caused by the theft of a company’s intellectual property.



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