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Businesses around the world have experienced a wide array of shock events in the past few years—from escalating cyberattacks to the pandemic's human and economic turmoil, to supply-chain problems ranging from the predictable to a key global trade route being blocked by a megaship. Together, these events serve to highlight the importance of a risk management battle cry: Resilience matters.

Organizational resilience consists of several characteristics. A resilient company responds to, and recovers quickly from, events while minimizing losses. It anticipates upcoming threats and forecasts their prospective impacts. And a resilient company integrates risk planning into strategic decision-making throughout the organization.

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