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Category Archive: Disaster Recovery Journal News

Ditch the Data Silos: Improve Your Resiliency with Integrated Information

A hidden weakness in many organizations is that business continuity data is kept in different places, which causes confusion and can hinder access during an

Seven Basic Questions to Screen Cloud Storage Offerings

Using cloud storage often represents the first way that most companies adopt the cloud. They leverage cloud storage to archive their data, as a backup

Trusting staff to work flexibly is key in the talent stakes

With more than 90% of Millennials saying flexible working is important to them, firms that don’t trust their staff to do so responsibly risk alienating

Sensory Overload: Filtering Out Cybersecurity's Noise

No organization can prioritize and mitigate hundreds of risks effectively. The secret lies in carefully filtering out the risks, policies, and processes that waste precious

Healthcare Organizations Are Future-Proofing Strategy And Operations With Cloud

Healthcare organizations (HCOs), once cloud laggards, are embracing public and private cloud services to address a wide range of business problems. A recent survey revealed

Triton Attackers Seen Scanning US Power Grid Networks

The development follows speculation and concern among security experts that the attack group would expand its scope to the power grid.  

The attackers behind

Using AI to Spot Patterns Before Risk Butterflies Turn Into Tsunamis

Russ Berland considers disruptive risks – like the earthquake and resulting tsunami that caused the Fukushima disaster in 2011 – and how AI can help

DNS Firewalls Could Prevent Billions in Losses to Cybercrime

New analysis shows widespread DNS protection could save organizations as much as $200 billion in losses every year.  

DNS protection could prevent approximately one-third

Advanced Preparation for Hurricane Season Can Ease Recovery

(TNS) — An uptick in the frequency of severe weather is a sure sign that summer is near. And for the Southeast, that means hurricane

Cyberattack Hits Aircraft Parts Manufacturer

Belgium’s Asco has shut down manufacturing around the world, including the US, in response to a major cybersecurity event, but what happened isn’t clear.  

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