Northeast Utilities has hired a consulting firm to perform an evaluation of CL&P's preparedness and response to the recent storms, which created historic numbers of electricity outages.
Facebook imagined a variety of potential hazards, from central Oregon wildfires to volcanoes in the Cascades.
Worksite recovery at Data Foundry’s Texas 1 facility can be rapidly deployed and offers integrated security features, workstations, wireless access, and media and conference rooms.
HP CEO: We set up a war room. We began pulling inventory and made strategic buys of hard drives back in early October. So I think we will get more than our fair share of drives because of the long-term relationships that we have with our suppliers.
CloudFloor users can manage trade-offs between cloud cost, performance, availability and regulatory compliance.
Hurricane Kenneth has strengthened even more into a Category 3 storm in the eastern Pacific, although there is no current threat to land.
AT&T Inc. says there appears to have been an "organized attempt" to break into mobile customers' online accounts.
December’s podcast will focus on how business continuity professionals can prepare and plan for pandemics. Two Continuity Insights editorial advisory board members with extensive experience in public health will discuss the lessons learned and best practices from recent pandemics, as well as answer readers' questions.
A look at the issues having the greatest impact on business continuity professionals and how they could, or should, impact your organization and the industry as a whole.
As Tropical Storm Irene crossed into Canadian airspace, simultaneous back slapping and criticism broke out along the East Coast in response to officials’ handling of the event. Back slapping for the widespread warnings and evacuations that took place, and criticism from some who believe the event was overhyped.
ICOR's Lynnda Nelson explains the benefits of PS-Prep certification and the steps organizations should follow to achieve certification.
Hundreds of police officers in riot gear raided the Occupy Wall Street encampment in New York City in the pre-dawn darkness Tuesday, evicted hundreds of demonstrators and demolished the tent city.
The measure contains $2.3 billion for disaster aid, much of it to rebuild roads and bridges destroyed by this year's floods in the Northeast and Midwest.
The problems that arose after the freak October snowstorm and Tropical Storm Irene in August are similar to ones that cropped up after other major storms dating to Hurricane Gloria in 1985.
The school issued alerts via email, text message, voicemail and on the university's website after a robbery at a nearby fast food restaurant.