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Category Archive: Disaster Recovery Journal News

Rationale vs. Reality: The Bad Reasons Businesses Give for Skimping on BCM

Most companies that underinvest in business continuity can give you a reason why they do so, but those reasons are almost always ill-founded. In today’s

Editorial: To Address the New Normal, Disaster Relief Needs to Start With Prevention

(TNS) – In Congress, battles are raging over disaster relief spending. Who should get the help? Puerto Rico, still seeking emergency reconstruction money in the

5 Security Challenges to API Protection

Today’s application programming interfaces are no longer simple or front-facing, creating new risks for both security and DevOps

All APIs are different inside, even if

Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe Plans Tsunami Evacuation Tower

(TNS) — With a lot of hard work by the Shoalwater Bay Tribe, a vertical tsunami evacuation tower near Tokeland should be ready for “the

CFIUS Flexes New Muscles Where Customer Data and Critical Technology Are Involved

The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) recently forced the Chinese owner of dating app Grindr to divest its ownership interest, citing

The Hiscox Cyber Readiness Report 2019

Rising to the cyber challenge Our third Hiscox Cyber Readiness Report provides you with an up-to-the-minute picture of the cyber readiness of organisations, as well

Climate Change Means Fewer, Somewhat Stronger Hurricanes, Center Chief Says

(TNS) – A warming Earth may add slightly more muscle to heat-hungry hurricanes, but also slash the number that form by 25 percent by the

When Every Attack Is a Zero Day

Stopping malware the first time is an ideal that has remained tantalizingly out of reach. But automation, artificial intelligence, and deep learning are poised to

NYDFS Cybersecurity Requirements Are Now Fully Mandatory – Are You Ready?

The NYDFS cybersecurity requirements, first enacted in 2017, are now fully in place and helping to address glaring shortcomings in data security. OneSpan’s

1 in 4 Workers Are Aware Of Security Guidelines – but Ignore Them

Even more are knowingly connecting to unsecure networks and sharing confidential information through collaboration platforms, according to Symphony Communication Services.

An alarming percentage of workers

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