Informational Update For June 12, 2012
Check out the Speakers at MIT's Crisis Management & Business Continuity course!
POP QUIZ: What do Business Continuity, the Department of Homeland Security, ABC News, current IT/DRP trends, and the Intel Corporation have in common?
ANSWER: Experts in these topics/organizations and many others will be speaking at MIT’s Crisis Management & Business Continuity course this July! Guest lecturers scheduled include:
Director, Advanced Cyber Security Center
Issue and Crisis Management, Intel Corporation
News Editor and Director, Business Continuity, ABC News, New York
Dr. Barry Dorn
National Preparedness Leadership Initiative, Harvard University
Field Intelligence Group, Federal Bureau of Investigation
Program Manager, Social Media - Issues & Crisis, DuPont
We also have a BCP lawyer; a BCP standards expert; current and former BCP program managers; pandemic expert; federal, state, and local government emergency response officials; as well as newspaper and radio news editors. Actual practitioners, not consultants! Where else can you have access to all this BCP/DR expertise in one course?
Networking time and events are built into this experience. Students will also practice what they learn: the course concludes with a crisis exercise in which students take active roles in a simulated disaster, including a realistic news/social media briefing.
Join us at the MIT campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts on July 23 - 27, 2012. Apply by June 30 and use Promotion Code DRJ10 to save 10%. For more information, click the banner or click here >>.
Cloud Security and Compliance - People, Process, and Technology
Wednesday, June 27, 2012 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT (REGISTER NOW!)
When it comes to cloud-based data protection, there are many concerns and misconceptions about security, data privacy, and compliance.
In this live webcast, Felix Santos, Director of Information Security and Compliance at EVault, will discuss:
Misconceptions about cloud security and recent cloud compliance initiatives
What you need to know about cloud compliance and information security
How to select a cloud service provider
A Practical Guide to Cost-effective Disaster Recovery Planning
Sponsored by Novell
The global recession, increased competition requiring just-in-time processes, squeezed information technology (IT) budgets, explosive data growth, and new regulatory requirements have all increased the importance of disaster recovery (DR). As a result, organizations are now under pressure to create, re-evaluate and update their disaster recovery plans. Looking across the DR industry today, there are hundreds of solutions whose value should be measured in three ways: cost, performance and risk.
What do I plan for?
Posted by: Kelly Hudson
Most company's Business Continuity (BC) and Disaster Recovery (DR) plans are focused around Information Technology. Because of this thought process, following a crisis, most of these companies would cease to provide their goods or services outside of essential technology recovery.
DRJ's Virtual World '12 features a highly interactive format!
Disaster Recovery Journal has an exciting FREE educational opportunity for you! DRJ's Virtual World '12, is a virtual tradeshow that will highlight product and educational offerings from Disaster Recovery Journal's Spring World 2012 and Fall World 2012 show.