Business continuity, enterprise risk and resilience news from around the world

FFIEC revises business continuity planning guidance 03 April 2015
The limits of prevention-centric information security programs highlighted 03 April 2015
BCI publishes its annual Horizon Scan report 03 April 2015
Busting myths and building resilience 03 April 2015
Bank cyber-attacks highlight the need for ‘war games’ 03 April 2015
Perceived risks still hold back UK businesses from using cloud computing services 03 April 2015
Revised version of UAE business continuity standard now available 03 April 2015
The winners of the IRM Global Risk Awards 2015 03 April 2015
The top 10 global software failures of 2014 03 April 2015
Endpoint Protection: Attitudes and Trends 2015 03 April 2015
The 2015 Cyber Risk Report 03 April 2015
ENISA issues methodologies for the identification of critical information infrastructure services in communication networks 03 April 2015
Exploring the Risk Committee Advantage 03 April 2015
Information security management is changing: Gartner 03 April 2015
WHO warns on influenza pandemic signals 03 April 2015
Survey looks at solid state disk uptime 03 April 2015
Marsh sets out a roadmap for modernising business interruption insurance 03 April 2015
Supply chain business continuity incidents explored 03 April 2015
BCI publishes business continuity plan exercising guide 03 April 2015
Six benefits of modernizing your backup infrastructure 03 April 2015


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