Continuity Insights spoke with Mark Carroll, Senior Vice President and Business Risk Officer at Income Research + Management, to discuss the cloud, its various business applications and some of the risk factors it brings for business continuity professionals.
Regina Phelps, founder of Emergency Management & Safety Solutions, spoke about the importance of business continuity exercises at the Continuity Insights West Conference on Tuesday, June 10 at the South San Francisco Convention Center.
The study surveyed more than 434 executives across 22 different countries. The event will feature a panel of leading business continuity practitioners and focuses on how the data from the study can be used to improve business continuity plans.
The New York Chapter of the Contingency Planning Exchange hosted a quarterly meeting, which featured two speakers and a panel of experts, at JP Morgan Chase in New York on Thursday, June 6. Social media use continues to grow, both in social and business environments. Facebook, the largest social media website, has more than 1 billion users while Twitter has about 300 million.
Dr. Tomas Aragon, Health Officer for the city of San Francisco and San Francisco County, gives a presentation, “Preparing for Public Health Disasters: What Every Business Should Know,” at CI West conference at South San Francisco Convention Center.
Strong winds and flooding led to the deaths of at least three people in the South on Thursday as powerful thunderstorms moved through several states.In Arkansas, two people were killed as strong winds toppled trees. In southern Tennessee, a 72-year-old man died when his vehicle was swept downstream.
The key last-ditch safety device that failed to prevent the 2010 BP oil spill remains a potentially catastrophic problem today for some offshore drilling, according to a U.S. U.S. safety board investigation. The U.S. Chemical Safety Board details the multiple failures and improper testing of the blowout preventer and blames bad management and operations for the breakdown.
Joe Shust has officially taken over as editor of Continuity Insights. He is looking forward to bringing his vast editorial experience to the business continuity community and producing engaging original content for high level continuity professionals.
In this video, Bruce Blythe, Chairman of Crisis Management International, shares his personal acronym "CIA" as a tool for responding to critical incidents: Core Assets, Impacted Shareholders, and Anticipation. The available remote workplace technologies are certainly worthy of consideration for potential facility outages, notes Kimberly Hirsch with Target Corporation. Be sure to hear her thoughts on next week's video.
Continuity Insights is going to undergo an overhaul in the coming weeks and months. As new editor, I want to reach out to members of the business continuity community to provide more original content on the website. One aspect of the site I would like to focus on is the blogs section.
Avalution Consulting – a leading provider of business continuity consulting and software solutions – announced today the release of the Business Continuity Management (BCM) 101 educational video series. The six videos in BCM 101 provide straightforward answers to the most common business continuity-related questions
As more organizations face the need to provide their services regardless of operating conditions there is the realization that the related discipline of business continuity has it’s own lexicon: BCM, BCP, DR, BIA, RTO, RPO. Just what we all need, more acronyms.
A band of hackers implanted viruses on hundreds of thousands of computers around the world, secretly seized customer bank information and stole more than $100 million from businesses and consumers, the Justice Department said Monday in announcing charges against the Russian man accused of masterminding the effort.
The decision by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development was reached Friday and announced Monday by HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. The plan includes slightly more housing assistance, including more aid to low- and moderate-income storm victims.
The surprise disclosure followed the unexpected firing of the kingdom's deputy health minister, heightening concerns about the country's ability to halt the spread of the Middle Eastern respiratory virus. He was the second senior Saudi health official to lose his job in less than two months.