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How does GPDR impact DR and BC planning
DR and BC are impacted by GDPR in several ways
The real impact of is how data is stored and retrieved. Espically if that data is related to individuals who reside or work in the EU. The indivudual most responsible for managing this is the Data Protection Officer (DPO).
The DPO has the responsibility for global and enterprise-wide data protection and compliance; he/she is also responsible for the physical security, protection services and privacy of the corporation and its employees. The DPO works closely with the chief security officer and must have strong working knowledge of information technology and enterprise operations.How does GPDR impact DR and BC planning
What is Disaster Recovery
What is Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity
Disasters come in all shapes and sizes. Its not just catastrophic events such as hurricanes, earthquakes and tornadoes, but also incidents such as cyber-attacks, equipment failures and even terrorism that can be classified as disasters.
Companies and organizations prepare by creating disaster recovery plans that detail actions to take and processes to follow to resume mission-critical functions quickly and without major losses in revenues or business.
- What is Disaster Recovery
Drones a terrorism threat
Disaster Recovery Plan and Drones
Drones are now a relatively common sight and, with a revolution planned in the parcel business, the commercial benefits are many. But drones also bring new threats, providing an easy and relatively risk-free means of delivering a terrorist payload.Drones a terrorism threat
Pandemic get closer
Pandemic Management with Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity Plans
According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 40,000 Americans die annually from seasonal flu. And most experts agree that the human race is long overdue for an influenza pandemic far more deadly than the H2N1 pandemic of 2009 - 2010. The threat from Mother Nature goes far beyond the flu.
More than 400 new U.S. cases of West Nile virus [infection] emerged in the last week in an outbreak that remains the 2nd worst on record but has begun to show signs of slowing. So far this year , 3545 cases have been reported to federal health officials as of 25 September 2012, up from 3142 reported the week before, the CDC said in its weekly update of outbreak data. About 38 per cent of all cases have been reported in Texas. Other states with large numbers of cases include Mississippi, Michigan, South Dakota, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and California.- Pandemic get closer
How to deal with increasing mobility
Mobility Infrastructure Polices key to implementation
How to deal with increasing mobility are the nemesis of CIOs around the world. . .
Mobility is an expectation of both customers and enterprise workforce. Without implementing mobile capabilities, organizations are at a competitive disadvantage. Customers interface with front-line employees who represent your business, giving weight to mobile-enablement decisions. Providing greater access to information, enhancing communications and reducing costs can all increase the speed of doing business. What steps can move you along the mobility maturity curve? CIOs have the opportunity to enable new efficiencies and provide value for both internal and external customers.How to deal with increasing mobility