The conditions for safeguarding our society are constantly changing. Governments and public agencies are facing new threats to public safety, ranging from cyber attacks to disninformation campaigns to pandemics and natural disasters. To effectively counter these threats with limited resources, systematic cooperation and training is vital.
At 4C Strategies we help to improve organisational resilience at local, national and international levels. Our mission is to build a safer society through the combination of digital innovation and industry expertise, and there’s no better place to do this than the public sector. By helping public organisations increase their capabilities, they become more resilient, better at manging risks, and more prepared for handling incidents and crises. Ultimately, it’s people, commerce and society as whole that benefit from this.
Our public sector clients work in mission-critical environments, requiring 4C to meet the highest standards of information security and undergo regular cyber security audits and penetration testing. 4C Strategies is certified with the IASME Cyber Essentials PLUS standard, and Exonaut is accredited for use in NATO Secret and Unclassified systems.
4C Strategies offers comprehensive services and Exonaut software solutions to build, verify and track public sector resilience. We prepare our clients for each phase of the risk, business continuity and crisis management life cycles, and provide continuous capability development through training and exercises. This includes helping the European Central Bank to develop, verify and track its crisis management capability; developing a risk model for the NATO Strategic Communications Centre of Excellence (NATO StratCom COE); assisting the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in defining a Risk and Resilience Framework; training government officials with the Swedish Civil Contingencis Agency, conducting exercises with the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC); and providing the European External Action Service (EEAS) with a next-generation consular crisis management tool.