Recent Moves In Japan Towards Tougher Corporate Compliance: Key Points To Know

In this article, Wendy Wysong, Peter Coney and Tatsuhiko Kamiyama examine three key governance reforms coming from Japanese legislators and what global companies need to know going forward. ‘Japan Inc’ is now back on the front pages with many Japanese corporations increasingly pursuing significant M&A opportunities internationally given the mature market at home and high levels of… Continue reading Recent Moves In Japan Towards Tougher Corporate Compliance: Key Points To Know

Proper Use of IPAWS During Hurricane Season

Today’s emergency alert systems need to be reliable and accurate. In the wake of the terrifying January 2018 false alert to Hawaii residents, the public expects its emergency alert systems to operate consistently and properly. The crux of general public notification systems in the United States is the Integrated Public Alert and Warning System (IPAWS). The… Continue reading Proper Use of IPAWS During Hurricane Season

How to plan for a flood: 12 ways resilient businesses take action

Some disasters are more likely to strike than others. If your business is based in Minnesota, you probably don’t have to worry about hurricanes. If you’re based in Florida, preparing for blizzards probably isn’t high on your list of priorities. But no matter where you’re based, you should be prepared for flooding. In recent years,… Continue reading How to plan for a flood: 12 ways resilient businesses take action

Using BCM Software: 4 Ways It Can Change Your Life

I don’t know if business continuity management software is the best thing since sliced bread, but it is pretty terrific stuff, in my opinion. Of course, for BCM software to live up to its potential, a few important criteria must be met, in terms of the suitability of the software chosen, the attitude of the people… Continue reading Using BCM Software: 4 Ways It Can Change Your Life

GDPR Data Protection Using Encryption And Pseudonymization

Data encryption and data masking technologies are important tools to provide GDPR mandated data protection and data privacy. With careful key management, encryption provides a powerful tool for your arsenal of GDPR best practices. End-to-end encryption provides strong data protection for your on-premise data centers as well as for your cloud-based applications and data. Data… Continue reading GDPR Data Protection Using Encryption And Pseudonymization

Arkema Officials Were Warned of Flood Risks a Year Before Hurricane Harvey

(TNS) – Officials at Crosby’s Arkema chemical plant were warned that the facility was at risk for flooding a year before Hurricane Harvey’s deluge resulted in a chemical fire at the plant. But facility employees, with the exception of a manager who left in early 2017, “appeared to be unaware of this information,” an inquiry… Continue reading Arkema Officials Were Warned of Flood Risks a Year Before Hurricane Harvey

The Impact Of GDPR On Channel Partners

In just a few days, on May 25, the clock will expire on the two-year transition period for companies to reach compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This not only impacts organizations operating in the European Union (EU), but also affects companies in the United States and elsewhere that handle the personal data… Continue reading The Impact Of GDPR On Channel Partners

Arkansas’s Largest Law Firm, Friday, Eldredge & Clark LLP, Embraces Bluelock Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service as a Differentiator for Its Client-First Firm

Friday, Eldredge & Clark, LLP, chose Bluelock as its trusted partner in strengthening IT resiliency with multi-tiered Managed DRaaS for on-premises servers INDIANAPOLIS – Bluelock, provider of Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) for complex environments and sensitive data, announced that Friday, Eldredge & Clark, LLP (FEC) has joined a growing list of law firms adopting its managed… Continue reading Arkansas’s Largest Law Firm, Friday, Eldredge & Clark LLP, Embraces Bluelock Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service as a Differentiator for Its Client-First Firm

Kaspersky Lab Report: The Cost of a Data Breach Continues to Grow Worldwide

Kaspersky Lab study finds global data breach costs jumping up more than a fifth for both enterprises and SMBs   WOBURN, Mass. – New research from the Kaspersky Lab 2018 B2B Survey shows that the average cost of experiencing a data breach globally is on the rise – with breaches now amounting to $1.23M on average for enterprises… Continue reading Kaspersky Lab Report: The Cost of a Data Breach Continues to Grow Worldwide