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EMC RSA

EMC RSA

RSA, The Security Division of EMC, is the premier provider of intelligence-driven security solutions. RSA helps the world’s leading organizations solve their most complex and sensitive security challenges: managing organizational risk, safeguarding mobile access and...

We need better checklists.

The Dallas hospital treating the Ebola patient has just announced that the patient died. The Liberian public health and airport security personnel in Liberia did their jobs, and checked outgoing passengers at three distinct checkpoints.  But airport personnel can...
Ebola – The Classic Creeping Crisis

Ebola – The Classic Creeping Crisis

This week Charlie discusses how the Ebola crisis is creeping up on all of us.      The situation in West Africa, with the ongoing spread of Ebola, bears all the classic symptoms of a ‘creeping’ or ‘rising tide’ crisis....
Small businesses failing to plan ahead

Small businesses failing to plan ahead

Only half of UK organizations have a business continuity plan and this figure is significantly lower when it comes to small businesses with only 30 percent having a plan in place compared to 54 percent of medium sized businesses and 73 percent of large businesses....
Water, Water Everywhere

Water, Water Everywhere

Toledo, Ohio, July 2014 A green algae bloom, moved westward from normal wind patterns, hovered directly over the water intake to the Toledo drinking water intakes. The toxins from the algae are not removed by normal treatment processes, and otherwise normal...
Don’t Fly Too  Close To The Sun

Don’t Fly Too Close To The Sun

You would be worried if you did not have fire safety and evacuation plans in your office, so why would you not put the same risk assessment strategy in place for your data? Too many businesses do not have a disaster recovery (DR) plan, so my advice is to sit down and...
Step Away from the Infrastructure

Step Away from the Infrastructure

Data protection includes a broad array of activities from archiving and backups, through replication and disaster recovery; all of these activities require increasingly staggering budgets to build, maintain, and manage the infrastructure that supports them. The...
Emergency Management Training

Emergency Management Training

The skies darken and warning sirens wail in the distance. People scramble to their shelters. Several of the curious are standing at their windows or doorways hoping to catch a glimpse of the incoming cone of devastation or thinking they may be able to film it and post...
An EAB Committee Needs You

An EAB Committee Needs You

Are you interested in learning more about Disaster Recovery Journal Editorial Advisory Board (EAB)? The EAB consists of both practitioners and vendors who provide strategic direction to DRJ staff regarding the focus, format, and content of the magazine, Website, and...

Preparing For The Inevitable Disasters

Fires. Floods. Hurricanes. Earthquakes. Unfortunately these types of natural disasters are happening all over the world, but it seems with very little attention. Perhaps this is because we’re becoming more used to natural disasters or maybe it’s because most people...
Enabling Master Data Management Capability

Enabling Master Data Management Capability

Master data is the information underpinning enterprise-wide operations and can include supplier information, software applications, employees, locations, and resources. Creating a master data management (MDM) capability has many challenges, however, including...