Tips for evaluating a business continuity as a service provider 10 August 2017
UK companies’ confidence in IT disaster recovery plans is decreasing 09 August 2017
Is tape making a come-back? IBM sets new record for magnetic tape storage 09 August 2017
Mail-Gard to develop ‘Advanced Recovery Center’ in Warminster, Pa 09 August 2017
Roundup of July’s major environmental disasters 09 August 2017
Hackers are turning to steganography to cover their tracks 09 August 2017
‘Blind spots’ are a major obstacle to data protection 09 August 2017
NIST funds 12 projects related to community resilience 08 August 2017
GDPR related updates to UK data protection law published 08 August 2017
UK government proposes large fines for critical infrastructure providers’ cyber failures 08 August 2017
To BIA or not to BIA is not the question… 08 August 2017
Helping employees after an incident: traumatic stress reactions – looking under the surface 04 August 2017
Report looks at the state of cyber incident response 03 August 2017
Securing data in the cloud is the top security priority: survey 03 August 2017
Long-lasting DDOS attacks make a return 02 August 2017
Only 36 percent of global financial organizations feel well prepared for IT risks 02 August 2017
Q2 2017 global supply chain risk assessment 02 August 2017
Phishing hacker tactics uncovered 01 August 2017
PwC surveys CEOs on crisis management 01 August 2017
No more BIA… 01 August 2017

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