Business continuity is the subject of the latest education product launch by the IRM. A new module for the Associate Diploma, covers business continuity and crisis management in response to demand from members. The syllabus was complete before 7 July, but the terrorist attacks have highlighted its value. IRM's range of educational and training products continues to expand in other areas, too. This summer, the IRM launched its Certificate in Risk Management. This is an entry-level qualification which has already attracted a good level of interest from a wide cross-section of organisations. The Management of Risk and Uncertainty (MoRU) two day courses, announced in January, are also doing well. Furthermore, the IRM will soon have another specialist module for the Diploma: Information Risk.