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Mentor Advisory Board

Mentor Advisory Board

Denise Alexander Denise Alexander is currently Vice President and Senior Business Continuity Consultant for Bank of America.  Based in Charlotte, North Carolina, Denise serves as lead global recovery and resolution exercise consultant for the enterprise readiness...
DRJ Fall 2018 Q&A

DRJ Fall 2018 Q&A

  1. Can you provide real world examples of ransomware policies? What recommendations can you offer companies to develop an effective policy? [ZEESHAN KAZMI] Have a very solid backup policy and make it part of your BC requirements right after life safety and...

FAQs Committee

Mission Statement To support and contribute to global information sharing in Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning fields for the Disaster Recovery Journal (DRJ) community.  Member Roles & Responsibilities Participate in committee meetings....

Call For Papers – DRJ Spring 2020

DRJ Spring 2020: A Clear Vision of Risk & Resiliency Conference: DRJ Spring 2020 – CFP CLOSES OCTOBER 14, 2019 Dates: March 15-18, 2020 Location: Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort City: Orlando, FL DEADLINE EXTENDED: October 14, 2019 SUBMIT YOUR...
Social Media Martketing

Social Media Martketing

Social Media Marketing It’s a new era of communication and marketing. Companies and brands must take advantage of the power of social media to stand out in a crowded digital world. The DRJ social media platform is one of the best ways for you to connect with...
Hurricane Harvey & Irma – Latest Updates

Hurricane Harvey & Irma – Latest Updates

Recovery Efforts from IRMA and Harvey Hurricane Irma: https://www.usa.gov/hurricane-irma Hurricane Harvey: https://www.usa.gov/hurricane-harvey Click Here for an Interactive Hurricane Map   Articles BCI: Hurricane Harvey 2017 — Have Lessons Been Learned?...
Company Spotlight: Veeam

Company Spotlight: Veeam

          Best Practices in Cloud-Powered Data Protection How to find the Needle in the Service Provider Haystack         How to Choose a Data Protection Service Provider ESG Best Practices in Cloud-powered Data Protection...
DRJ Exercise Library

DRJ Exercise Library

Download the PDF:     UPDATED: July 10, 2017 Published by the DRJ Professional Program and Development Committee What it is: Have you ever been asked to develop an exercise of your emergency management or crisis management plan? Your business continuity or...
Company Spotlight: GroupDoLists

Company Spotlight: GroupDoLists

GroupDoLists brings emergency response teams together to handle crises more efficiently than ever before. GroupDoLists centralizes and simplifies team coordination during incidents, instantly creating a common operating picture that harmonizes processes and procedures...

Young Professional Spotlight

Are you a young business continuity professional? Are you interested in getting more involved in networking and building lasting professional contacts? Well, we want to hear from you. We want your opinions and thoughts on all things business continuity, resiliency and...
Protecting Your Data

Protecting Your Data

Among DR/BC customers many plan to rely only on near real time replication and frequent snapshots as an appropriate (and only) solution for protecting data. And, while the near-real-time replication and frequent snapshots are essential to any disaster recovery and...
Team Building Basics

Team Building Basics

The old “once-in-a-lifetime” disaster seems almost common place nowadays. Recently that catastrophic image filled the news yet again. A very large forest fire broke out in the Smoky Mountain National Park and spilled over to the town of Gatlinburg, Tenn....
You Want Me to Do What?

You Want Me to Do What?

One of the challenges I have seen over my 30 years in the business continuity industry is for people charged with executing DR or BC plans to accept and execute the plans in the format they are written. Nowhere has this been more evident than in the area of IT...
A Time For Renewal

A Time For Renewal

This time of the year is often a time of renewal for many. We’ve made it through the winter, recovered from the holidays, and we have our eyes firmly set on the rest of the year. At DRJ, 2017 has already been a truly outstanding year. We’ve been through a...
The Value of Certification

The Value of Certification

As business continuity continues its growth as a profession, the idea of certification and the membership of professional bodies are more frequently discussed at all levels of the organization; from those starting out their career in the industry, right up to the...
The Zero Day Scenario

The Zero Day Scenario

 It’s happening right now in clandestine labs around the world: an old warehouse in an abandoned industrial park in Russia, a government-supported facility in North Korea, maybe even the basement of an unremarkable house in a working-class St. Louis...
Active Shooter Fallout

Active Shooter Fallout

Hesston, Kansas, is the picturesque Midwestern town. Hesston is located 36 miles north of Wichita. It is very much a town like the stereotypical American small towns Norman Rockwell painted years ago. According to the 2010 census it has a population of 3,709 people....
Exercise is a Must

Exercise is a Must

What is in your plan? Who developed your plan? How did you exercise your plan? Have you updated your plan? Why do you even have a plan? Have you ever used your plan? Does your plan work? These are just a few questions you and your colleagues should be asking one...
No Place Like DRJ.com

No Place Like DRJ.com

Most everyone knows that Disaster Recovery Journal publishes a world-class quarterly magazine with articles that chronicle readiness, risk mitigation, resilience, and high availability. DRJ is also recognized as the preeminent source of conferences that encourage...

Rules & Regulations Committee

Purpose: The Rules & Regulations (R&R) Committee is responsible for maintaining Disaster Recovery Journal’s Rules & Regulations database (www.drj.com/resources/dr-rules-regulations.html). The DRJ R&R database is intended to provide a singular...