As we look at the global risk landscape today, it is striking just how much has changed in the past year, as new threats emerge and evolve constantly. Our task of protecting our businesses grows more complex, at the same time these networks and network facilities become more distributed to support work-at-home and hybrid models. Disaster recovery plans must be adapted to meet the challenges – and opportunities – of this dramatic shift in how we work. A year ago, the ongoing pandemic and increasingly common extreme weather events were the dominant issues. While those challenges remain, civil unrest events…
A Business Continuity Framework You Can Use in Your Personal Life
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