An initiative of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, Duke of Rothesay, the Business Emergency Resilience Group (BERG) helps businesses and communities across the UK to prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies such as flooding, cyber-attacks and civil unrest.
BERG also enables larger organisations to assist small to medium-sized businesses and communities affected by crises by signposting to communities in need.
Would you be ready?
BERG’s 10 minute plan is designed to help small to medium-sized businesses prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies.
We have pulled together simple information, tools and advice to help improve the cyber security of small and medium sized businesses.
We are The Resilient
A successful business is prepared for anything.
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Become a supporter
BERG is a network of businesses and organisations united in a desire to help others affected by crises. There are a host of reasons for joining the network – from developing employees to strengthening supply chains. If you would like to find out more about the BERG network and how your resources could be put to use to help others please get in touch.
Adler and Allan
BERG has been working with disaster response specialists Adler & Allan since its formation, a partnership which facilitates direct support and specialist emergency response services to areas that need them most. Read more about the collaboration here
HSB Engineering is a member of BERG’s Cyber Resilience workstream. This workstream brings people together to provide practical help.
New Small Business Guide - National Cyber Security Centre
UK small businesses can shield themselves from potential online attacks thanks to a new guide created by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC). BERG recommends small businesses download the NCSC Small Business Guide. It includes five simple steps organisations can follow to improve their cyber security and better protect themselves from loss online. The expert advice comes in categories focused on backing-up data, using strong passwords, protecting against malware, keeping devices safe and avoiding phishing attacks.