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

People and resilience part three 10 March 2016
Whaling: how to avoid the net… 10 March 2016
Cascade effects in business continuity planning 10 March 2016
Continuity Centers opens new recovery facility in Princeton, NJ 10 March 2016
Zerto Virtual Replication Version 4.5 simplifies data recovery 10 March 2016
The 2016 Edinburgh Community Resilience Week 10 March 2016
Nations ranked on their vulnerability to cyberattacks 10 March 2016
Winners of the 2016 DRI International Awards of Excellence announced 10 March 2016
UK businesses show ‘worrying gap’ between awareness of cyber risks and business preparedness 09 March 2016
Roundup of February’s natural disasters around the world 09 March 2016
Information security trends surveyed 09 March 2016
ASIS, (ISC)² and ISACA to collaborate on new standard 09 March 2016
Supply chain managers’ business continuity fears surveyed 09 March 2016
Sungard Availability Services recognized as a Cisco Cloud Partner of the Year (Americas) 08 March 2016
Addressing water-related resilience issues 08 March 2016
Knowing your attacker: a guide to the Cyber Kill Chain 08 March 2016
Solving the bulk password theft puzzle 08 March 2016
Risk mitigation and service management: putting in place the right controls and workflows 04 March 2016
People and resilience part two 04 March 2016
Does ‘scenario based’ continuity planning have a future? 04 March 2016

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