Recent North America news, articles and information

Tracing how disaster impacts escalate will help improve resilience 18 January 2018
Major US companies admit that they were inadequately prepared for 2017’s hurricanes 18 January 2018
New ISACA guidance recommends the use of the threat pattern life cycle to prevent and mitigate IT risk 18 January 2018
New National Board Chair for Association of Continuity Professionals 16 January 2018
A strong configuration management governance model is key to managing IoT growth risks 15 January 2018
New sub-sea cable will create resilient trans-Atlantic connectivity 15 January 2018
The Top Five Steps for Communicating with Executives 15 January 2018
River flood risks will increase around the globe: researchers 12 January 2018
NFPA fast tracks active shooter preparedness and response standard 10 January 2018
2017 was the worst year on record for US environmental disasters 10 January 2018
DRI International issues list of 2018 awards finalists 08 January 2018
NIST issues draft report on Internet and communications ecosystem resilience 08 January 2018
RIMS introduces 2018 officers and board of directors 04 January 2018
Business continuity trends and challenges 2018 03 January 2018
FEMA reflects on 2017: an ‘unprecedented year’ for US disasters 02 January 2018
The top ten Continuity Central articles published in 2017 20 December 2017
Sungard Availability Services' launches new business continuity management mobile app 14 December 2017
BCI publishes its Emergency Communications Report 2017 14 December 2017
Many businesses are failing to consider climate change resilience measures, despite expecting impacts 13 December 2017
Is Your Crisis Plan in Shape for 2018? 13 December 2017

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