Dominic Cockram has more than 20 years’ experience in crisis management and is an expert in business resilience, crisis preparedness, cyber and continuity programmes.
He leads programmes to build crisis readiness across organisations – developing crisis management frameworks and policies, and training and exercising senior leaders and executive teams.
An early pioneer of strategic-level immersive simulation exercises, Dominic has directed the delivery of several Tier 1 national and hundreds of international simulation exercises involving government and department responses.
Recently he has been particularly focused on preparing FTSE 350 businesses – from the retail, transport and infrastructure, energy and financial services sectors – to respond to cyber risks.
Prior to joining the Board of Regester Larkin in 2014, Dominic was managing director of crisis management and business continuity consultancy Steelhenge Consulting for ten years and had a 16 year career in the British Army.
He has published a number of articles and white papers on crisis management and organisational resilience, and was an editor of British Standards; BS 11200: Guidance on Crisis Management and BS 65000: Organisational Resilience.
Dominic holds a BA from University College London and an MA in Defence and Resilience from Cranfield University. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Management Institute and the Royal Society of the Arts as well as a member of the Business Continuity Institute, the Emergency Planning Society and the Institute of Risk Management.