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Seven Keys to Success When Working with Information Security Professionals Kevin Beaver tells us how Business Continuity and Information Security must work together to minimize the losses and maximize the uptime of an organization’s information systems. Click HERE>>

Financial Firms Share Stories on Disaster Recovery

In an industry known for its secrecy, leading financial service companies are breaking their silence and sharing DR knowledge. They’ve got a lot in common – good and bad. Click HERE>>

Companies Spend More, Hire More to Boost Online Security
e-Commerce is learning that information security is more than just a necessary evil. With the rise of e-mail viruses and hacker attacks, it’s now becoming a core business process. Click HERE>>

Staten Island Pushes for Teen Emergency Responders
Could Staten Island be home to New York City’s first squad of teenage emergency responders? It will, if the area’s Community Emergency Response Team has its way. Click HERE>>

Internet Explorer Bug Causes Security Concerns
Security researchers warn a bug in IE could allow attackers to infect a PC, calling it the most serious hole in Microsoft’s recent security update. But is it really a threat? Click HERE>>

RNC in Big Apple is Secure to the Last Bite
Security at the Republican Convention in New York City is so tight, even the food served is under intense scrutiny. For the first time, the FDA is in on the security game. Click HERE>>

The Pros and Cons of Outsourcing IT Security
With an IT security framework, even the best can find there are more things to do than there is time. Outsourcing security can ease that burden, but is it always the right answer? Click HERE>>


AOK RESCUE CHAIR Safest and easiest way to transport a person, in an emergency, down or up a flight of stairs in a high-rise building! The ADA requires employers to provide reasonable accommodations for disabled employees. Click HERE>>

Disaster Recovery Books!
Check out the newly expanded bookstore - your source for 100's of books, software tools, videos and research reports. Over 60 new titles! Click HERE>>

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New Cummins 150 kW Spark-Ignited Gas Genset Handles Motor Starting and Transient Loads
MINNEAPOLIS – The new 150 kW model GGLB spark-ignited natural gas generator set from Cummins Power Generation is designed to provide full-rated standby power for backup and emergency power applications. In addition, every alternator option offers full-rated standby power. The new generator set features a heavy-duty, 4-cycle natural gas engine that is torque-matched to a high-capacity AC alternator for handling motor starting loads. An electronic governor provides precise frequency regulation for powering sensitive loads. For more information, visit www.cumminspower.com

Emergency Response Conference in San Diego-Nov 2004 Seeks Panelists
Emergency Response 2004 in San Diego, California, November 17-18, is looking for speakers and panelists covering two topic areas: Law enforcement and Infrastructure/emergency management. For more information contact Gunnar Kuepper at gjk@edmus.info

Int'l. Perspective on Emergency Response Symposium, Sept. 28 –29 in Houston, Texas
The 2nd Annual Training Symposium focused on incident, accident, WMD and terrorism response will provide an opportunity to hear international speakers with expertise, experiences and perspectives that transcend national boundaries and single events. Symposium topics include discussions of recent incidents, which provide new insights, and lessons learned, professional development workshops, and specialty offerings that provide unique insights into disasters. For more information contact J. Dan Beard via email at jdanbeard@msn.com or by telephone at (281) 342-6571 Or visit www.kenyoninternational.com

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