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  • In Pictures: ZertoCON 2017 Sydney

    ZertoCON 2017 - The epicenter of the Business Continuity and IT Resilience world — in the hub of technology, culture and history that is Australia. It’s where BC/DR and hybrid cloud strategists meet and greet, collaborate and congregate, participate and party!

    07 Aug | View galleries

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  • In Pictures: ZertoCON 2017 Sydney

    ZertoCON 2017 - The epicenter of the Business Continuity and IT Resilience world — in the hub of technology, culture and history that is Australia. It’s where BC/DR and hybrid cloud strategists meet and greet, collaborate and congregate, participate and party!

    CSO staff | 07 Aug | Read more

  • Nearly a billion records were compromised in 2014

    In first nine months of 2014, after 1,922 confirmed incidents, criminals managed to compromise 904 million records. Many of the incidents reported in 2014 were record setting, including twenty of them that resulted in the compromise of more than a million records each.

    Steve Ragan | 18 Nov | Read more

  • Information overload: Finding signals in the noise

    Signal-to-noise ratios are hard to manage. As a security professional, you want the threat data, you want the attack notifications and alerts, and you need intelligence. But, when there's too much coming in, those alerts and notifications fall to the wayside. They're easily dismissed and ignored.

    Steve Ragan | 30 May | Read more

  • Business continuity planning - more than just disaster recovery

    As a nation, we have certainly faced our fair share of disasters lately; flooding in Queensland and Victoria, cyclones in Queensland and massive bush fires in Western Australia — just months after devastating earthquakes in Christchurch. Our hearts certainly goes out to all of the people affected by these disasters but I personally feel the pain of all the IT professionals who are, or will be, working tirelessly to bring IT systems back on-line in order to maintain some form of business continuity in these affected areas.

    Allan Davies | 12 Feb | Read more

  • Dealing with disaster

    Earthquakes? Volcanoes? Pandemics? Tsunamis? Are these the stuff of business continuity? Gartner has issued several papers covering major disasters such as the Iceland volcano eruption and its impact on business travel, admitting that “few, if any, businesses plan for a volcanic ash disruption scenario”, which is probably the understatement of the year.

    Tim Mendham | 06 Sep | Read more

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