Critical Emerging Issues to Be Discussed in New York

It seems as if almost every day, new issues emerge to test the plans and preparedness of business continuity professionals across the world. New, perpetually evolving technology, worldwide pandemics, and a global economy all present new risks and it’s up to BC pros to prepare for them. This can be

ACP/NY Metro Chapter Announces October Session Speaker

The New York City Metro ACP Chapter has announced that Arash Azedegan, PhD, will discuss “The Role of Leadership During Supply Chain Disruptions” at its next chapter session. The meeting will take place on Thursday, October 18 at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME) Group, located at 300 Vesey Street, New

Comprehensive BC/DR Educational Event Less Than Two Weeks Away

The Continuity Insights New York Conference features a host of the industry’s most experienced practitioners, subject matter experts, and thought leaders for an unparalleled networking and education event. There’s still time to register for this year’s event, being presented in partnership with the Contingency Planning Exchange (CPE), on October 22,

New Thinking, New Tips, New Advice

Vendor presentations offer plenty of opportunities for networking, learning about new trends and technologies, and being exposed to case studies that present new thinking, advice on how to tackle the latest challenges facing BC professionals, and tips you can apply when you get back to the office. The 2018 Continuity Insights

New Report Reveals Killchain Efficiencies, Cyber-Attack Automation Giving Attackers Unprecedented Advantage

Security-as-a-Service solutions provider Alert Logic has released its latest cybersecurity analysis, “Critical Watch Report: The State of Threat Detection 2018,” which shows cyber attackers are gaining vastly greater scale through new techniques such as killchain compression and attack automation, expanding the range of organizations under constant attack regardless of industry

The Value of Exercising, Training, and Awareness in Building Resilience

One of the main tasks of the business continuity professional is to make sure that staff are equipped to face a crisis. Activities such as training, raising awareness and exercising are essential to make sure the plan is carried out effectively in the case of a disruption. Training and awareness initiatives

The Effective and Efficient “Non-Standard BIA”

While there is a lot of talk about BIAs and BIA methodologies these days, can a combined BIA/Risk Assessment make it easier and faster to collect necessary information, make decisions, and develop both business unit and technology recovery plans? Join Kathleen Lucey, President of Montague Risk Management and Program Director for

Sophisticated Cyber Criminals Locked Up, But Don’t Let That Make You Complacent

At least 100 companies have been attacked by cybercrime group, FIN7 since 2015. But America’s businesses can breathe a sigh of relief as three of the high-ranking members of the group have been arrested for their alleged involvement multiple cyber attacks. In the space of just three years, the group stole more

Web Forum: Fine-Tuning Situational Awareness to Your Organization

The Global Resilience Network and the Metropolitan Resilience Network, hosted by the International Center for Enterprise Preparedness (INTERCEP) at New York University, are presenting a Live Web Forum on “Fine-Tuning Situational Awareness to Your Organization.” The forum is scheduled for Tuesday, September 25 at 11:00 a.m. eastern time. This session will