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How BCM Software Can Make Your Business Continuity Program More Agile

BCM METRICS

Business continuity programs need to be agile in order to protect their organizations in today’s chaotic environment. Well-chosen BCM software can help a continuity program be more nimble and effective.

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European Union Announces Top 10 Emerging Cyber Threats

DRI Drive

Cyber threats are top of mind for modern resilience professionals – but what kind of threats are coming in the future, and are you ready for them?

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Important New GAO Report on Recovery

Recovery Diva

From the GAO a brief intro and access to the full report, which is 101 pages. One page Highlights. Full Report: Disaster Recovery – Actions Needed to Improve the Federal Approach

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The Drifting Menace

The Rand Blog

The drifting mine threat is not going away: they are simple, effective weapons that are easily made and deployed even by actors with limited naval capabilities.

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Cyber Threat Intelligence and Monitoring

Acronis

Cyber threat intelligence and monitoring is critical when it comes to stopping modern threats, but many organizations do not have the staff, expertise, or budget to collect, process, and analyze the information required to stop attacks.

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DRI and Maryland Dept. of Emergency Management Partner For Resilience Training

DRI Drive

Throughout the week of Nov. 14, DRI International has joined with the Maryland Department of Emergency Management (MDEM) to provide a special combination course on cyber resilience, business continuity and disaster recovery – the fourth class of this nature to date!

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Xi Likely Won't Be Attacking Taiwan Anytime Soon

The Rand Blog

Rather than start a war, Xi Jinping is more likely to intensify China's use of coercive measures against Taiwan, including diplomatic, economic, and military pressure coupled with cyber and psychological operations.

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Big advances coming to data management in 2023

Synology

Building an efficient data management infrastructure is crucial for businesses of any size.

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Rapidly launch data loss prevention services in Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud with Advanced DLP

Acronis

Acronis is now extending Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud’s capabilities to protect sensitive data against unauthorized exfiltration.

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Rebuiding After Disasters

Recovery Diva

The most recent magazine section of the Sunday NYTimes (The Design and Tech Issue Nov.13) features.articles about rebuilding and recovering from a great variety of disasters. It is titled We Live in An Age of Destruction; Which Means We Live in an Age of Rebuilding. NOTE: The Diva cannot link directly to the magazine, but go to the NYTimes site and click on the page marked Magazine. It may be restricted to subscribers, but it is worth reading

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Governance in Space: Mining the Moon and Beyond

The Rand Blog

Without further cooperation and agreement among space powers, multiple, competing governance systems may end up being established, further increasing potential for conflict.

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Citrix Endpoint Management is back by popular demand!

Citrix

This blog post was co-authored by Milind Mohile, VP of Product Management at Citrix.

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The Holiday Season Is Here; So Are the Holiday Phishing Scams

Unitrends

The holiday season is right around the corner. Everyone is rushing to wrap up their work before the holiday break while looking forward to celebrating with family and friends.

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Flood Insurance Payout for H. Ian

Recovery Diva

From hstoday: FEMA Projects Up to $5.3 Billion in Hurricane Ian Flood Insurance Claims Payments. As of Nov. 10, the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has received more than 44,000 flood claims from Hurricane Ian and has paid nearly $437 million to policyholders

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How Russia's War in Ukraine Has Impacted Its Christian Image

The Rand Blog

Over the past decade, the Russian government has taken pains to present itself as a bastion of Christianity and traditional values. Since the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, however, there have been noticeable cracks in the receptivity to this messaging strategy

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Why Women in the Fire Service Need Better-Fitting Gear

National Fire Protection Association

Have you ever tried on clothes only to find out you are no longer the size you thought you were? On a recent trip to Europe I was in a men’s clothing store looking to purchase a new suit. What I thought was my size—a large—turned out to be a supersized XXL in the European system. Yikes!

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The Formula Behind Formula One: Science, Speed, and Data

Pure Storage

Sports and science have always shared trophies, but perhaps no more so than in Formula One. The sport has come a long way from early supercars built by “gentlemen amateurs” taking 13-minute pit stops.

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How BCM Software Can Make Your Business Continuity Program More Agile

MHA Consulting

Business continuity programs need to be agile in order to protect their organizations in today’s chaotic environment. Well-chosen BCM software can help a continuity program be more nimble and effective.

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Emerging Domestic Battery Supply Chain Should Be Wary of China's Information Ops

The Rand Blog

China has a huge stake in producing lithium-ion batteries, and is not above waging disinformation campaigns against U.S. firms involved in the battery supply chain. Extraction sector companies could work with cyber security experts and the U.S.

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How to Weatherstrip a Door the Right Way and Seal Door Gaps

Constellation

Learn how to install door weatherstripping and you will put an end to energy-wasting drafts. When you look for places to weatherize your home for winter energy savings, door weatherstripping is a great place to start.

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Empower Data for the Anywhere Business with Pure Storage at Gartner® IOCS 2022

Pure Storage

The rapid pace of digital transformation of the past 2-3 years created new expectations for customers globally. In the new 24x7x365 operating model, consumers and end users expect products and services to be available on-demand and at the touch of a button or click of a keyboard.

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Deliver an amazing UX with a non-domain joined (NDJ) Citrix Linux VDA

Citrix

In Citrix Consulting Services, most of our engagements involve Microsoft technologies. But Linux virtual desktops have proved to be an interesting use case for many of our customers. It’s an ideal solution for developers, high-graphics users, and others.

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Ransomware – If you pay a ransom, do you get your data back?

Plan B Consulting

In this week’s bulletin, Charlie discusses paying a ransom to retrieve your data and shares his research on how much data organisations have recovered in the past.

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Secondary Storage: Definition, Devices and How It Can Support Your Backup Strategy

Unitrends

The modern world is a data-driven world. Data has become the currency that governs the daily operations of organizations of all shapes and sizes.

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10 FAQs for Pure Storage SafeMode for Epic

Pure Storage

Ransomware attacks can be devastating for healthcare organizations. As your organization scales, so does your responsibility to protect your customers’ clinical data from ransomware attackers. .

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How insurers can attract and retain the right talent

Citrix

The Great Resignation has left organizations struggling to retain staff and fill open positions. And, while the industry as a whole may be optimistic about accelerated growth, the insurance sector is no exception to these hiring challenges.

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Ransomware – If you pay a ransom, do you get your data back?

Plan B Consulting

In this week’s bulletin, Charlie discusses paying a ransom to retrieve your data and shares his research on how much data organisations have recovered in the past. .

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The Age of Uncrewed Surface Vessels

The Rand Blog

A new age of naval warfare has been inaugurated in the Black Sea, defined by an emerging weapon. Uncrewed surface vessels could become a centerpiece of naval warfare in the coming decades, one that navies may ignore at their peril

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Disaster Resilience Session in Portland--December 5th

Disaster Zone blog

Hear from FEMA and Pac NW State EM Directors

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Why cloud networking infrastructure underpins the omnipresent customer experience

Citrix

We all know that latency across digital channels hits revenues hard. A famed Amazon study from over a decade ago found every 100ms of latency costs 1 per cent in sales.

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Ransomware – If you pay a ransom, do you get your data back?

Plan B Consulting

In this week’s bulletin, Charlie discusses paying a ransom to retrieve your data and shares his research on how much data organisations have recovered in the past. .

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Navigating Climate Threats And Proactive Mechanisms To Achieve Business Climate Resilience 

everbridge

Navigating Climate Threats And Proactive Mechanisms To Achieve Business Climate Resilience.

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A Better Understanding of NFPA 70E: Setting Up an Electrical Safety Program (Part 8 - Awareness)

National Fire Protection Association

Some electrical safety requirements in NFPA 70E®, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace® are overarching concepts. Section 110.5(D) D) is one such requirement. An electrical safety program (ESP) must be designed to instill awareness and self-discipline in employees.

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Why material manufacturing processes need cloud agility

Citrix

One of the interesting consequences of the mass industrialization the world has undergone over the last two centuries has been a growing distance between how goods are produced and how they are consumed.