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Recent Disaster Resource GUIDEs
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Hunting Black Swans in Your Continuity Program
Volume II, Quarry 7 - Cascading Black Swan Events. A Black Swan in Business Continuity Management is an untreated point of failure. This is the nineteenth in a series by Kathleen Lucey regarding hunting and mastery of black swans. Click HERE>>
DRJ website to offer Disaster Resource GUIDE vendor directory!
DRJ has, for over 20 years, produced the leading DR and BC conferences, with over 3,000 attendees at their two annual events, and also publishes the quarterly Disaster Recovery Journal. Would you like to feature your company in this new directory? Contact us for details today!
OHS Magazine Advocates for Layered Emergency Communications
Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) magazine elaborates on the current need for professionals to choose a layered approach to emergency communications. Click HERE>>
Protecting Documentation Following Disaster
THOMASNET has published an article proposing that documents need to be readily available to businesses after a disaster. Click HERE>>
Applying Maslow to Malware
A recent report published by Microsoft analyzes how different countries think about cybersecurity and the varying approaches they take. Click HERE>>
Supply Chain Management for Better Distribution of Aid
Aidmatrix has implemented several ‘supply chain management platforms’, in an attempt to better distribute aid to affected areas after an emergency or disaster. Click HERE>>
Increased Government Spending and Micro-Financing for Long-Term Recovery
The Philippine Star has published a column that suggests key strategies for a successful economic recovery period in the regions most affected by Typhoons. Click HERE>>
Earn an Executive Masters Degree In Crisis & Emergency Management Online!
The UNLV program is geared for individuals who are working full time and provides a well-rounded graduate learning experience to current and future crisis and emergency management leaders for effectively addressing natural, intentional, and technical disasters. Financial aid and GI Bill may apply! For more info, Click Here>>
South Korea and Australia ahead of US for Cyber Readiness
The Cyber Readiness Index (CRI) examines the relationship between Information Communication Technology (ICT), and both global and national economies. Click HERE>>
How to Prepare for a Disaster: Lessons Learned from Hurricane Sandy
Disasters happen. And you simply can’t plan for every single scenario. But you certainly can plan based on what you know about, what you’ve lived through and what you can imagine will happen. Click HERE>>
Introducing NYS RISE: A New Think Tank for Emergency Education
New York area universities launch new think tank in an effort to improve responses to emergencies and natural disasters. Click HERE>>
The Origins of American Emergency Management
Have you ever wondered how and when the American government became involved with emergency management efforts? Click HERE>>
Cybersecurity and the Global Village
Concerns about the quality of cybersecurity in other nations have caused some experts to call for a global security standard led by the United States. Click HERE>>