Tuesday, April 30, 2013 at 2:00 p.m. EDT The typical data backup and restore solution usually relies on a locally-replicated copy of your data and a remote off-premises backup. But if you run a mission-critical enterprise where losing data or disrupting business continuity is not an option, even these sensible scenarios may not cut it anymore.What if your local copy is corrupted or doesn’t go far enough in time, and your cloud-hosted backup is off-line or damaged in a disaster? This is when you’ll wish you had the third copy of your data available.In this webinar, you’ll learn how do determine if you need this third level of protection, how this additional level of data protection can be implemented, and interesting use cases and best practices. REGISTER TODAY
The bombs that blew up seconds apart at the finish line of one of the world's most storied races left the streets spattered with blood and glass, and three dead. Federal investigators said no one had claimed responsibility for the bombings on one of the city's most famous civic holidays, Patriots Day. But the blasts among the throngs of spectators raised fears of a terrorist attack.
Two bombs exploded near the crowded finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday, killing two people and injuring more than 50 others in a terrifying scene of broken glass, smoke and severed limbs, authorities said. A third blast rocked the John F. Kennedy Library a few miles away and more than an hour later.
As one client recently noted, "I don't want my company's name in the news because we were able to fly our employees out of a bad situation, but we left our contractors sitting on the tarmac with no way to evacuate." Thinking about Duty of Care only as the small print at the bottom of your travel itinerary won't be enough when a crisis erupts in a foreign country and you don't have a plan to get your staff out safely.
Investigators said Friday that they don't know what motivated the shootings. Authorities have not said what type of weapon was used or how it was obtained. A student who hid Friday afternoon as the gunfire rang out said the shooter attempted to lure more students out of hiding by pretending he was a police officer.
If a purse with $900 is stolen, the victim probably would call the police. If a computerhacker steals $900 from that same person's bank account, what then? Call the police? Could they even help? As it is now, local police don't have widespread know-how to investigate cybercrimes. They rely heavily on the expertise of the federal government, which focuses on large, often international cybercrimes.
Every week, a group of teenagers and 20-somethings dressed in hoodies gets together in a tiny room on a college campus and plug in their laptops. They turn up pulsing electronic funk music, order pizza and begin furiously hacking into computer networks. But they're not shadowy criminals: They're students training to become "white-hat" hackers.
A powerful spring storm unleashed tornadoes and winds strong enough to peel the roofs from homes in the Deep South and heaped snow and ice on the Midwest, killing three people and leaving thousands without power. The National Weather Service confirmed Friday that the storm system spawned 12 tornadoes in six states in recent days.
Mail-Gard®, a division of IWCO Direct and one of the nation’s leading providers of critical communication recovery solutions, announced it has partnered with Data Management International (DMI) to offer cloud-based document management recovery services including document capture recovery and document management system archiving.
Some may wonder whether Caldwell's coins will one day be among the few physical reminders of an expensive fad that evaporated into the electronic ether — perhaps the result of a breakdown in its electronic architecture, or maybe after a crackdown by government regulators. "Movie pirates always win the long game against Hollywood," he said. "Bitcoin works the same way."
Book stores. Banks. Even data security companies. They've all become recent targets of increasingly sophisticated, determined — some say talented — hacker gangs. The "Friendliest Stores in Town" appear to be among their latest. Last month, Schnuck Markets Inc. confirmed it had been hacked.
North Korea was responsible for a cyberattack that shut down tens of thousands of computers and servers at South Korean broadcasters and banks last month, officials in Seoul said Wednesday, noting that an initial investigation pointed to a military-run spy agency as the culprit.
A listing of Case Study educational sessions at the 2013 Continuity Insights Management Conference and links to download presentation slides.
A listing of Emerging Issues educational sessions at the 2013 Continuity Insights Management Conference and links to download presentation slides.
A listing of the Training & Professional Development educational sessions at the 2013 Continuity Insights Management Conference and links to download presentation slides.