How do you collect critical information in emergency situations? You know something has happened but not sure what. The answer lies in the subject that has been filling the news or occupying your kid’s day; social media.
With this new book Hiles on Business Continuity: Global Best Practice. 3rd Edition, you get 360 pages in 41 files of downloads – the equivalent of another book – a total of 600+ pages – loaded with 16 practical articles; sample plans, reports, analyses, surveys, and questionnaires; editable spreadsheets for calculating Downtime Costs, Customer Lifetime Value, and True Cost of Disaster; reproducible forms, charts, and checklists; BC coordinator job description; 45-question/one-hour BC exam; and a 20-page glossary of Emergency Response Acronyms. There’s also a timely whitepaper on the new ISO 22301 standard, providing an overview of its ramifications and links with other standards, full text of clauses, and information on how to integrate and implement it.
Movie theaters across the country are hiring extra off-duty police officers and security guards in the wake of the killing of 12 people Friday in a theater in Aurora.
5 REASONS WHY YOU’LL WANT…
Business Continuity and Risk Management: Essentials of Organizational Resilience
By Kurt J. Engemann, PhD, CBCP and Douglas M. Henderson, FSA, CBCP–
a great reference source and self-study guide
for business continuity practitioners and novices!
Disaster Recovery Journal’s Fall World 2012 has an outstanding lineup of sessions for those in any industry or sector. Whether you are in the public field or privately employed, there is a need for training and awareness of new technologies.
Win A One-On-One With A Subject-Matter Expert In The Field Of Your Choice from Continuity Insights New York
Continuity Insights New York (October 29 & 30, 2012) offers attendees an opportunity to take their conference experience one step further.
Once again, the unthinkable has happened, this time in Aurora, Colorado. Living in paranoia isn’t the answer. However, living with a thought, that violence and disaster are possible, suggests that we take time to prepare ourselves for such heinous surprises.
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“Black Swans” in your Continuity Program are those events that remain outside the range of your normal expectations, and may well produce a significant negative impact when they occur. For reasons of budget, culture, or simple lack of awareness, we just do not see or deal with these potentially devastating exposures in our enterprise continuity capability.
Historically, disaster recovery required a significant investment in physical infrastructure. Organizations had to balance the risk of not being prepared for a disaster with the cost and level of recovery they could afford. As a result, many executives perceive traditional disaster recovery as an expensive “insurance policy” that is only accessible to organizations with big budgets. Continue reading How Businesses Can Recover From Data Disasters
The DRJ Rules & Regulations data base is intended to provide a comprehensive list of Business-Continuity-related rules and regulations. It has been updated as of May, 2012.
In today’s economy, budgets are tight. But attending Disaster Recovery Journal’s Fall World 2012 does not have to be out of reach. Don’t miss your chance to attend this conference.