Information Availability & Security
|The Importance of Cyber Security Within Your Organization|
June 2012 | Ted Brown
You know that Cyber Security is an important Business Continuity Planning (BCP)/COOP issue, but like everything else in the BCP/COOP world, unless you get buy-in across the board, Cyber Security policies and procedures will be ignored.
So the purpose of this articl [ ... ]
|You Can’t Afford To Overlook Security Incident Response|
June 2012 | Kevin Beaver
Incident response – the art and science of responding to computer and network security breaches – is an often overlooked component of business continuity. For whatever reasons, the procedures associated with handling network intrusions and insider shenanigans ar [ ... ]
|The Anatomy of a Disaster (and how to prevent one)|
June 2012 | Ross Clurman
The word disaster should not be thought of as literal in the term “Disaster Recovery Planning,” but instead as more of a generic term for “downtime.” And, no business owner likes downtime, because time lost usually translates to money lost.
So, when plannin [ ... ]
|Information Availability: How to Utilize and Reference Architecture|
June 2012 | Damian Walch
In the preponderance of the organizations we support, a key impediment to effective Disaster Recovery is the fact that it is an afterthought in the system lifecycle – rather than a component of the overall solution architecture.
This results in tactical Disaster [ ... ]
|The State of Disaster Recovery 2012|
June 2012 | Jon Toigo
New Technologies – Champions on a White Horse. Really? A survey released last year by PricewaterhouseCoopers showed a decline in disaster preparedness among the companies polled. The percentage of firms claiming to have tested disaster recovery plans had declined [ ... ]