Ben White

Ben White

  • Principal Consultant
  • 4C Strategies, UK

Ben White MSc, BSc (Hons) MBCI is a Principal consultant at 4C Strategies with over 16 years’ experience working with a broad array of different clients to deliver operational resilience business continuity programmes and crisis management solutions to them. Ben has been fortunate to work with some of the World’s leading brands in supporting them building resilience capability, whether this is the start of a journey by helping them to understand ‘what good looks like’ or a review of current resilience capability making recommendations to enable them to work towards achieving organisational resilience.

As a Principal Consultant Ben has experience from projects across the public, private and military sector. He has assumed primary responsibility for elements of a large number of business resilience programmes in a wide variety of areas including but not limited to public health, emergency management, counter terrorism, telecom resilience, corporate crisis management including retail, financial risks and military operations to a wide range of clients in the UK, Europe, the US and Asia.

Prior to 4C Strategies Ben spent 10 years working for the Emergency Planning Department of the London Fire Brigade and his last role there was a Deputy Head of Emergency Planning.

Ben has a broad academic background combined with specialisation within crisis management and Business Continuity Management and holds an MSc in Risk, Crisis, and Disaster Management from Leicester University and is a Member of the Business Continuity Institute.


  • Crisis Management, Coordination & Communication

    Regular exercises combined with clear communication protocols between operators and agencies/emergency responders ensure everyone’s on the same page. Open information sharing creates a shared understanding of threats provide a more effective response. How do we better coordinate and co-operate to enhance protection and resilience?

  • Unveiling the Power of AI: Transforming Resilience