(TNS) – Nassau County’s Amateur Radio Emergency Services (NCARES) team is helping state emergency management authorities with communications networking and technical expertise in Panhandle counties hard hit by Hurricane Michael. The hurricane destroyed critical infrastructure throughout several counties west of
IBM Services has released the results of a global Ponemon Institute study exploring the impact that business continuity management can have on the cost and frequency of data breaches; it shows 10 ways in which BCM provides quantifiable benefits.
(TNS) – Cleanup continues from Hurricane Michael, which struck South Georgia Wednesday evening through early Thursday morning. In a Saturday afternoon Facebook post, the City of Moultrie reported about 60 downed trees in the city and more than 300 county-wide.
In a survey report released by Deloitte, almost all (96 percent) of CEOs and board members say that they expect their organizations will face serious threats or disruptions to their growth prospects in the next two to three years. Despite that,
One of the biggest areas of unmitigated risk we see across all industries is supply-chain risk. Most organizations are not adequately protected against the loss of critical third-party suppliers In today’s post, I’ll share some thoughts about the pervasive
From Mandatory Requirement to Valuable Business Enabler Just because you have prohibited employees from communicating about business matters via any channel apart from email doesn’t mean your bases are covered. Mike Pagani explains how prohibition is not prevention, and
Were you well-prepared for Hurricane Michael? Good. Hurricanes are extremely dangerous. But if you’re not careful, what happens after the storm can be just as harmful as the hurricane itself. Beware the shady contractor. It’s a terrible story: someone’s
A recent Continuity Central survey looked at business continuity plan success rates and asked for thoughts on the best ways to debrief after an incident. The survey has now been closed and the results are available, providing some interesting insights.
(TNS) – The Florida Panhandle woke up to harrowing scenes of destruction Thursday in the wake of monster Hurricane Michael, the worst storm on record to ever hit the area and the fourth most powerful to strike U.S. shores. After
Spies tied to a foreign government have infiltrated a major server manufacturer and planted tiny microchips on the system boards… Source: PC Connect