The former Republican senator claims the company hired by the Revenue Department for computer security failed to protect taxpayers' data. Trustwave has "violated and failed to comply with the duties imposed upon them to encrypt data and to expeditiously disclose the breach of security," the lawsuit reads.
Succession planning is one of the biggest challenges in the highly successful independent wealth management industry. Small and medium size advisors particularly have limited choices for succession planning, often exposing their clients and families to the risk of their businesses vanishing.
While BC programs (BCPs) offer immense value to organizations they are not always leveraged to give the organization an edge over competitors. Andy Vanderhoff, President of Quantivate, discusses the ways you can publicize your BCP and use it to achieve cost savings, as well as the lean manufacturing conundrum: necessary redundancy versus lean principles.
For the third quarter, revenue was $1.04 billion, down 6% year over year (down 4% adjusting for currency). Excluding one of our financial systems businesses, a broker/dealer, and adjusting for currency, revenue was down 3% year over year. The Company reported an operating loss of $279 million, including a $385 million non-cash write-down of goodwill in the Availability Services business.
Several NBC websites were hacked on Sunday by a person or group calling itself "pyknic" and suggesting a possible link to the cyber-attack group Anonymous. It appeared that the "defacement" of the affected sub-sites was cleaned up in a couple hours.
A nor'easter taking shape Monday in the Gulf of Mexico was expected to begin its march up the coast, eventually passing within 50 to 100 miles of the wounded New Jersey coastline on Wednesday. The storm was expected to bring winds of up to 55 mph, coastal flooding, up to 2 inches of rain along the shore, and several inches of snow to Pennsylvania and New York.
The letter read: "Who ever reads this I'm DIEING - I'm 28 yrs old my name is Mike. I had to break in to your house. I took blankets off the couch. I have hypothermia. I didn't take any thing. A wave thru me out of my house down the block. I don't think I'm going to make it. The water outside is 10ft deep at least."
December 4, 2012 at 2:00 p.m. EDTIn today’s data-intensive business environment, you can’t afford to have your systems down for 24 hours or more. Sometimes, even four hours is too long. RTOs are shortening and service level agreements (SLAs) are keeping pace.In this live webcast you will learn:Industry trends in backup and recovery timesThe importance of a guaranteed SLA for disaster recoveryArchitecture options to ensure data protection and uninterrupted operationsREGISTER TODAY
During the early morning hours on January 18, 2012, a hacker gained access to the ASU computer systems and removed a list of passwords. The IT incident response team recommended the incident be classified as high-level and email systems be shut down. Within minutes of establishing the first bridge-line call, a member of ASU’s media team suggested the use of ICS to manage this incident.
Regroup is providing free emergency notification services to assist schools, businesses and government agencies re-establish and maintain communications in areas affected by Hurricane Sandy. With Hurricane Sandy leaving millions displaced or without power, Regroup’s free group messaging platform will give organizations the best chance to reach all of their people with critical disaster recovery information.
Redstone Federal Credit Union’s Redstone Consulting Group & Fusion Risk Management Announce Strategic Alliance To Deliver Continuity Risk Management Services To Credit Unions & Community BanksNovember 5, 2012 10:39 am | News | Comments
Redstone Consulting Group and Fusion Risk Management will begin offering enterprise resilience management services and software centered on business continuity, crisis management and IT disaster recovery. Offerings will leverage proven capabilities implemented at Redstone Federal Credit Union.
There are few places in the U.S. where hospitals have put as much thought and money into disaster planning as New York. And yet two of the city's busiest, most important medical centers failed a fundamental test of readiness during Superstorm Sandy this week: They lost power. Their backup generators failed, or proved inadequate. Nearly 1,000 patients had to be evacuated.
Nearly every office dweller fantasizes about the joys of working from home: Dressing in PJs instead of suits, eating from the fridge and not the vending machine, listening to birds chirp instead of the boss bark. But Superstorm Sandy has created legions of people who can't wait to get back to the office.
November 15, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. EDTJoin Dr. Mark Campbell, Chief Strategy/Technology Officer at Unitrends, as he discusses today’s backup strategies and how to make the critical connection between backup, continuity, financial benefits and business resilience.
The Crisis Commander Incident Management System (IMS) centralizes and streamlines the Incident Management process by managing cyber and physical incidents, as well as breaches of corporate ethics. This cloud-based system is used to capture events in the workplace that might escalate into governance, risk management, and/or compliance issues.