Three Things to Know About the Grand Launch May 30th is the date we will start promoting the HUB to the world. In early April, we launched the HUB into “beta” mode. That has given [...]
Headlines over the 150-year history of tall buildings provide us with evidence of what can go wrong and the likely costs and consequences of such events. Many of the challenges are the same as those [...]
With over 8,000 members in more than 100 countries, BCI’s network of business continuity and resilience professionals help to keep the world’s organizations on track, no matter what happens. BCI sets the guidelines and trains professionals. BCI gathers research and spreads the knowledge. Together, they work to create a more resilient future.
Loss of electric power to any organization can range from a minor inconvenience to challenges affecting data retention/ backup/retrieval to ultimately causing collapse of the services being provided. This is especially problematic during prolonged [...]
According to the PMBOK Guide 6th edition, the definition of a Standard and a Regulation is as follows: A Standard is a “document established by consensus and approved by a recognized body that provides, for [...]
The ISACA 50-year story is one of ever-evolving people and technology. Now more than 450,000 engaged professionals strong, including its 140,000 members, global information technology association ISACA was founded by seven individuals as the EDP [...]
Some believe that satellites are too expensive, too technical and not practical for an emergency situation. Disasters can occur anywhere and anytime. It is critical to maintain communications for successful disaster or emergency response, so [...]
This information comes from the Gartner Hype Cycle for Business Continuity Management and IT Disaster Recovery Management, 2013. Definition: Ka-band satellite communication (satcom) services are designed to augment and replace Ku-band very small aperture terminal [...]