Slides for last week's webinar, What You Need to Know About DHS & FEMA, are now available for download.
CI speaks with Bill Raisch about shared risks, public-private collaboration and the recently formed Global Risk Network.
The Vocera B2000 communications badge is a wearable device that enables instant two-way voice conversation without the need to remember a phone number or use a handset.
Version 11 of Asigra’s cloud backup solution provides enterprise-wide cloud backup, recovery and restoration support for tablets and smart phones.
Southern Co. CEO Tom Fanning said that computer systems necessary for an advanced electricity grid must be bug-free so customers and critical infrastructure are not put at risk.
Don't miss this important webinar! This presentation was originally scheduled as a plenary session at last month's Continuity Insights Management Conference in Atlanta, but was preempted as a result of the "almost government shutdown/budget cri...
Industry experts talk about the biggest issues facing business continuity professionals during the Continuity Insights 2011 Management Conference.
Cargo was slowly moving along the bloated Mississippi River after a costly daylong standstill.
Cybersecurity experts have argued that the Internet cannot become a safer place until nations implement international agreements that better define and regulate cybercrime.
Hungary's disaster management agency is testing the country's emergency broadcast system with warnings of severe storms in Middle-earth, the fictional setting of J. R. R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings."
The theme for 2011 is "Where we are now as a profession ... What do we anticipate in the future?”
On June 13-15, in New York City, senior professionals from the public and private sectors will convene to establish the framework for the first Global Risk Network.
Toyota's quarterly profit crumpled more than 75 percent after the March earthquake and tsunami wiped out parts suppliers in northeastern Japan, severely disrupting car production.
Media companies like Bloomberg, the Associated Press, ABC and Turner Broadcasting rely on cutting-edge technology—and some level of cooperation from mother nature—to deliver content and services 24 hours a day. This “always on” state of the industry requires thorough and creative business continuity planning and exercises—tasks that are more easily achieved when peers share experiences and best practices.