By Agility Recovery: Wildfire Season Risk, Outlook and Facts: A Wildfire season typically aligns with times when there’s an excess of dry fuels, winds and temperatures are above average, and humidity is low, which creates hot, dry conditions. Wildfire season also varies from one region to another. While there are wildfire hot zones, every
In order to help prepare your return to work strategy when everything is changing, from place to place, and day-to-day, Everbridge has released a new white paper, A Successful Return to Work Strategy: Contact Tracing and Beyond, to help. As organizations across the globe start the tenuous process of opening the
With today’s ever-rising threat of cyber criminality, especially in the rise in severity and frequency of ransomware attacks, and with a significant segment of the global workforce conducting business from home due to the Coronavirus, IT systems and data center operations, a foundational piece of infrastructure, remains vulnerable. Writing for the
Continuity Insights and the Disaster Recovery Journal are collaborating on these resources to ensure that business continuity/disaster recovery professionals are well-informed as they combat the COVID-19 crisis. We will be updating this resource center with new information and links weekly. July 6, 2020 Homefront: The New Hot Zone for BCM Is Employees’
By AlertMedia: At the dawn of the 20th century, Galveston was arguably slated to become the largest city in Texas. A 27-mile long island rising a mere five feet above sea level, the bustling town had grown into the state’s central port. Numerous millionaires called it home, and downtown’s Strand District
Witt O’Brien’s has developed a detailed Return to Work Guidelines roadmap that will complement any return to work plan that must, fundamentally, protect the health and safety of employees, clients, and the communities in which we work and live. All sites are different and will require local level analysis and planning.
The Covid-19 pandemic raises a number of very significant issues for business continuity and even business survival. These issues include employee availability, supply chain disruption and social distancing. As companies return to full operations, they will have to adapt to a new normal with significantly changed business operating models. Traditional business
Agility Recovery has unveiled it 2020 Hurricane Season infographic detailing the Atlantic Hurricane Season, which runs from June 1-November 30. The 2020 hurricane season is projected to be well above normal with predictions of 19 named storms, nine hurricanes, and four major hurricanes. A typical year has 12 named storms, six