It’s often tempting to think that recovering from major events such as the COVID-19 pandemic will be nearly impossible, due to its effect on our world and daily life, and the amount of effort and attention they consume. While this may be the case in some areas – for instance, it is certainly likely that mask-wearing will become more common during flu season and direct-to-consumer delivery will become more prevalent – in other places the pandemic will simply cement or continue to push along trends that were already evident prior to early 2020. There has been much talk of “decoupling”…
Incorporating Software Security Considerations into Natural Disaster Recovery Strategies
All organizations, including governments, are software organizations nowadays. Software is infrastructure – it powers nearly every organization around the globe....
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All I Need is You
“Excuse me, ma’am, I think you dropped these.” You turn to see a polite, clean-cut guy walking up behind you...
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Cybersecurity: What to Expect in 2021
The year 2020 witnessed a seismic physical, economic and cultural shift among global organizations, as businesses adapt to working during...
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Storm Warning: Could Hurricanes Disrupt Your Supply Chain?
I recently chatted with Joe Basciani, the director of meteorology operations for the Americas at StormGeo, about the 2021 hurricane...
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