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"Historically, we as Business Continuity practitioners have been taught and conditioned to thinking of our work as being applied to operations that are already implemented and operational. A considerable portion of our body of guidance subtly implies, or in some cases, overtly references the building of BC or IT/DR capabilities for operations that are already in place. As it turns out, however, waiting that long to begin working on such capabilities is a less optimal and more risky time to begin the planning process. This session will talk about how business continuity planning can and should be integrated more effectively…
Getting Ready for the Unthinkable: Pandemic & Infectious Disease Pandemic Planning
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The Best Defense for Ransomware is an Even Stronger Offense
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Critical Event Management: What it is and Why You Need it
Organizations face enormous risk from man-made and natural disasters. Cybercriminals from all over the world are ceaselessly poking and prodding...
Seeing the Bigger Picture: Why Disaster Recovery Is Only the Beginning
  It’s an unfortunate reality that in the world of IT, disasters, whether man-made or natural, will happen. According to...