Cybercrime will cost the globe’s businesses more than $2 trillion by the year 2019, according to a report from UK-based market analyst firm Juniper Research. It’s hardly a surprise that so many companies include cyber threats at the top
IT executives are more fired up than ever about using public cloud and data initiatives to differentiate their businesses, according to a recent 451 Research survey. In its first-ever Voice of the Enterprise (VotE) Digital Pulse survey, released this week, 60
(TNS) – When news of the Hawaii missile alert mistake broke last week, it immediately brought a sense of déja vu to local emergency management officials. A similar — though not as alarming — incident took place here last September
Anyone following enterprise data storage news couldn’t help but notice that aspects of the backup market are struggling badly. From its glory days of a couple of years back, the purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA), for example, has been trending downwards
Getting caught in an emergency situation without a solid and well-thought-out plan puts stress on your residents and employees. Every moment matters in a crisis, and you need to help your staff react as professionally and promptly as possible.
(TNS) – Washington and Idaho are in the midst of what’s likely to be the worst flu season since the 2009 swine flu pandemic. Forty Washingtonians died from the flu in the past week, according to the Washington Department of
To kick off the new year, industry experts and hosts of our new podcast, The Watchdog, Brian McIlravey and Tim Chisholm sat down to chat about their forecasts for the shifting risk and security landscape this year and how practitioners can
What would cause more damage to your business? A hurricane or a cyber attack? If you said the latter, you’re in good company. Even after the costliest hurricane season of all time in the U.S., 74 percent of business leaders
The thought of a new year is exciting—new beginnings, clean slate, new goals, fresh start. The new year can bring… Source: PC Connect
When your organization isn’t risk literate, the result can often resemble a horror movie; when it is, you can save the day. In some ways, being a business continuity management consultant is a lot like watching a horror movie.