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Six years ago, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was first proposed to the EU. Two years ago, the EU passed the new regulation. And in 3 months, GDPR will take effect. GDPR has a broad scope.Continue reading
Just this past Thursday, Yahoo confirmed a massive security breach that took place in 2014. Actually, one of the world’s largest known security breaches.Continue reading
Children born into this generation have been exposed to a level of information that was never possible, let alone so remarkably simple, to access before. Information is digitized and shared within seconds, all readily available in the tiny hands of a school kid with a smartphone.Continue reading
Business Continuity Management Planning (BCMP) is an essential discipline for organizations.Continue reading
An article in Businessweek summed up the main vulnerability exposed in the big Sony hack of 2014: "The simplest takeaway from the debacle pertains to e-mail hygiene.Continue reading
The structure of crisis response is often the same for any given type of situation. Our past experiences with system outages and security breaches in the Information Technology sector, and our current experiences with natural disasters and events like Hurricane Sandy, have proven this.Continue reading
Weather emergencies, such as the recent spate of snowstorms that clobbered the Eastern United States, are also information emergencies. By that I mean that all of the stakeholders - local governments, utility companies, emergency responders, and public citizens - are in need of accurate, timely information, which isn't always forthcoming.Continue reading
In an earlier blog post we examined how weather and other disasters have a severe impact on small & medium-sized businesses, who often do not have the resources to dedicate to Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and Disaster Recovery (DR) as many large corporations do.Continue reading
When storms approach, many of us prepare for the worst. Shelves at grocery stores are barren, gas pumps are tapped, and generators are sold out.Continue reading
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