During the life of your business or organization, a crisis will probably occur. You could be looking at a cyber breach, a chemical spill, a fire, a natural disaster, or something else that causes severe
You can’t always anticipate the impact of a sudden crisis or a disaster on your organization. You can, however, anticipate a certain degree of chaos and uncertainty. That’s no reason to panic. But when a
Business continuity is at the crux of your organization. Still, you might never have thought about it. If your organization is fortunate enough not to have experienced disruptions, crises, or large-scale emergencies, you might not
With the proliferation of cyberattacks, companies and nations are starting to recognize the importance of cybersecurity. But cybersecurity practices vary from company to company and from nation to nation.
A successful cybersecurity program requires legal,
How does your organization rebuild after a disaster? Should an earthquake, tsunami, power failure or hurricane occur, what does the new normal look like?
While your goal may be to immediately return to business as
“Forewarned is forearmed”, according to an old Latin saying. In other words, information and preparation can prevent disastrous outcomes.
These days, weather emergencies are occurring more and more often. From devastating hurricanes to extreme heat
Nothing incites panic like receiving a message along the lines of, “Don’t panic, but….” If you’re tasked with sending out critical communications in a disaster, the pressure is on you to be clear and effective.
No matter what industry you work in, you have one resource that is more valuable than all the others – your people. To keep people safe, there are certain best practices that security professionals can
When your business has been hacked, it’s more than likely that personal identifiable information (PII) has been released. Hacks and breaches aren’t ideal, but they don’t have to be completely devastating scenarios.
It’s important to