Revisiting The Concepts of Disaster Recovery and Risk as Organizations Move Their Infrastructure To The Cloud

The calculus for disaster recovery and risk management is changing. Most small businesses within the past decade would often keep many of their critical technology assets locally, perhaps in a server closet, ...

Pretending about Cybersecurity Risks

I have written a couple of columns comparing cybersecurity risk management to managing climate change—one with the title “Cybersecurity Climate Change” (December 10, 2018), and the other “The Cybersecurity Paradox” (June 19, ...

NSA sounds the alarm on BlueKeep: Windows vulnerability opens the door for the next WannaCry

It’s been just over two years since WannaCry, the ransomware that exploited the EternalBlue vulnerability to infect hundreds of thousands of computers around the world and inflict an estimated $8B in damages ...
c-suite security

Most IT Shops Have Latent Cyberthreats in Their Backups

Traditional solutions aren’t stopping cyberthreats from compromising critical network systems It’s alarming but true: Your organization is under assault. Cybercriminals have their sights set on your IT systems, and no matter what ...
Security Boulevard

Your Active Directory was compromised, is it all lost? – Part 2

Hi, This is part two of a blog that I had written earlier. The premise of part one was to better understand what are the options that companies face should their Active ...

5 Signs Your Business Could Be Facing an IT Disaster

In the UK, it’s less likely for a natural disaster to be a threat to our livelihood and our businesses than other places in the world—although in recent years the autumn floods, ...

A Valentine’s Day Premonition

This is the story of one of the most successful delivery people in the industry……this story captures one of his greatest accomplishments in recent history The Setting: Inside the Loading Dock, at ...

We Can’t Do Anything About The Weather, But…

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We Can’t Do Anything About The Weather, But… When bad things happen, we can dramatically speed your time to recovery! This seems to be a common concern, and one that is front ...
Disaster Recovery: Data Center or Host Infrastructure Reroute

Disaster Recovery: Data Center or Host Infrastructure Reroute

Companies, even large ones, haven’t considered disaster recovery plans outside of their primary cloud providers own infrastructure as regularly as they should. In March of this year, Amazon Web Services (AWS) had ...
George Chanady

RPO and RTO – What do I need to Know?

There are any number of use cases where you would need a disaster recovery solution. These can be a disaster emanating from within, such as end user error that has unexpected catastrophic ...
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