Plan B publishes snapshot of UK disaster recovery practices 12 April 2017
Plugging the gaps in your incident response 12 April 2017
Below average Atlantic Hurricane Season is forecast 11 April 2017
Organizational security and incident response suffering from lack of integration 11 April 2017
Our deep misunderstanding of time in preparedness planning 07 April 2017
The majority of UK businesses are exposed to third party failure risks 07 April 2017
Psychological memory: the key to effective incident recovery 07 April 2017
Including resiliency and incident response in the risk equation 07 April 2017
How personal biases can affect business continuity decisions 06 April 2017
Survey identifies downtime as the main cost of business ransomware attacks 06 April 2017
Reputation risks: trust trumps price in business decision making 06 April 2017
New Global Flood Map offers one-stop consistent global view of flood exposure to aid businesses 06 April 2017
The dark side of business IoT 05 April 2017
Large increase in cyber attacks on industrial computers identified 05 April 2017
More than half of business-critical data will reside in the cloud by 2019: survey 05 April 2017
BCI updates Business Continuity Glossary 04 April 2017
IDC study shows rapid future growth in critical data 04 April 2017
ISO 22316 organizational resilience standard now available 04 April 2017
World Backup Day: the perfect time to reflect on why businesses must adopt greater strategic back-up flexibility 31 March 2017
IT disaster recovery failures: why aren’t we learning from them? 31 March 2017


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