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Category Archive: Disaster Recovery Journal News

Small Business Banking Has Been Disrupted (And There’s No Going Back)

Bankers around the world are rightly worried about the threats posed by digital disruptors getting in between them and their retail banking customers. But Forrester’s newest

19 Minutes to Escalation: Russian Hackers Move the Fastest

New data from CrowdStrike’s incident investigations in 2018 uncover just how quickly nation-state hackers from Russia, North Korea, China, and Iran pivot from patient zero

'Do I Really Need To Keep This?'

Navigating the Information Age Without Saving Everything

Data retention is a persistent challenge for in-house counsel, but developing workable information governance policies and procedures needn’t

Rebuilding After Michael and Divided Between Emotion and Economics

(TNS) – Peggy Wood kept sitting up in bed.

She snatched a legal pad and added to a scattered list of things she used to

Mind the gap: cloud security best practices

Rich Campagna explores the security and compliance risks associated with data stored in – and accessible from – cloud applications, setting out best practices for

Cambria, County, Pa., Commissioners Approve Grants for 911 Improvements

(TNS) – Cambria County Commissioners approved two contracts Thursday that will allow for new connections with other counties and improve existing ones when it comes

What Marie Kondo Can Teach Us About Crisis Plans

Let’s be honest: Everything related to a traditional crisis is more likely to cause heartburn than joy.

When most people think of a traditional crisis

Privacy Ops: The New Nexus for CISOs & DPOs

No longer can privacy be an isolated function managed by legal or compliance departments with little or no connection to the organization’s underlying security technology.

4 Takeaways From An Unusual Sexual Harassment Case

Preventing Legal Risks and Liabilities

The #MeToo movement has hammered home for employers the critical importance of keeping sexual harassment out of the workplace. However,

Staffing Shortage Makes Vulnerabilities Worse

Businesses don’t have sufficient staff to find vulnerabilities or protect against their exploit, according to a new report by Ponemon Institute.

For enterprise IT groups,

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