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Category Archive: Disaster Recovery Journal News

Second 2019 CSU Hurricane Forecast Released June 4

First forecast: ‘Don’t let a weak El Niño fool you’

 

By Brian Wooley & Paul Licata of Interstate Restoration

The first hurricane prediction for

America’s PrepareAthon: CodeRED from OnSolve urges residents to sign up for emergency notification software

National Preparedness Month isn’t until September, but there is no better time than now to evaluate current preparedness plans and make necessary improvements before a

IPAWS Alerting Authorities, Why You Need an Emergency Alert Solution with IPAWS

In 2018 there were 124 disaster declarations in the U.S., 58 of which were declared major disasters and 14 emergency declarations.

Of these, the most common

6 States See at Least 20 Tornadoes from Heavy Storms

(TNS) — At least 20 tornadoes hammered six states on Monday as an intense storm system moved across the Southern Plains and other parts of the

With Rising Regulatory Pressures, Risk Programs are Running Hard to Stay in Place

Santa Fe Group’s Gary Roboff and Protiviti’s Paul Kooney discuss today’s increasingly fraught risk environment. Among the findings from a recent study: There’s a growing

Key Decisions To Be Made During a Cyberattack

What Two Questions Do You Need to be Prepared to Answer After a Cyberattack?

In this day and age, it’s prudent to think of a cyberattack

Spreadsheets Aren’t Infrastructure: Saving Data Compliance with Automation

In the advent of automated GRC tools, data-compliance professionals are shooting themselves in the feet by over-relying on old-fashioned spreadsheets. Joe Stanganelli and Alia Luria

GDPR: A Year of Monitoring Data Protection

The first anniversary of GDPR is rapidly approaching on May 25. Tech companies used the past year to learn how to navigate the guidelines set

Adaptive BC: Not for Most

By Brian Zawada Director of Consulting Services, AvalutionConsulting

Adaptive BC has done a great job of stirring up the business continuity profession with some new

Creating a business continuity management system aligned with ISO 22301

Having a plan that helps keeps your company open for business during a crisis is vital. Here’s how this international standard can help risk managers

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