Much of today’s security philosophy focuses on the idea of prevention. School, church, hospital, public and commercial facility and security managers are taking a proactive approach to security by deploying access control, perimeter security and other measures.
It’s not just the resiliency of the citizens of New Orleans that has earned the right to be celebrated this hurricane season. Businesses should also be celebrated for their resiliency. I recently spoke with executives from Cooperative Processing Resources (CPR) and LifeShare Blood Centers about the ways they avoided severe downtime during Hurricane Katrina, and bounced back as even more resilient organizations.
In the wake of disasters like Nepal’s earthquake, proactive efforts provide a significant return on investment when reacting to the extraordinary challenges of response and recovery; they reduce the demand for reactive resources in environments rife with life safety constraints and limitations.
On Demand Learn how to safeguard your applications from the costly, dangerous, and potentially life-threatening consequences that can result from a crashed server taking down your security systems. Specific topics include: degrees of availability, risks associated with of server downtime, less obvious costs you can incur and the different types of availability solutions.
Celebrate 30 years of OSAC's Information-Sharing Partnership. Also, learn how to create risk-aware culture through privacy by design and how to protect assests with temporary security installations. Check out Security's October issue for all this and more!