Continuity Disaster Recovery

Wildfire smoke becomes increasingly important for climate

The 2019/20 wildfires in Australia transported more smoke into the atmosphere than observed ever before anywhere in the world. In the so-called Black Summer, three times as many particles reached high air layers as in the previous record wildfires in Canada during summer 2017. Two analyses led by the Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS) now reveal the climate impact … Read More

Study measures psychological, economic resilience after

A study by Rice University, the University of Notre Dame and the Environmental Defense Fund shows the economic and mental health consequences on victims of Hurricane Harvey and COVID-19 were cumulative. The results appear in Environmental Research.

The result springs from separate surveys on the impact of Harvey and COVID-19, led by Katherine Ensor, the Noah G. Harding Professor

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Surprising discovery shows a slowing of continental plate

Scientists have shed new light on the timing and likely cause of major volcanic events that occurred millions of years ago and caused such climatic and biological upheaval that they drove some of the most devastating extinction events in Earth’s history.

Surprisingly the new research, published today in the journal Science Advances, suggests a slowing of continental plate movement

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How FIs Can Combat the Rise of Nation-State Sponsored

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Cybercrime damages are predicted to go as high as $10.5 trillion in 2025 – around $333,000 per second, according to Cybersecurity Ventures. One of the reasons behind the predicted increase is the rise of hostile nation-state sponsored attacks.

Economies impacted by sanctions, those experiencing downward economic trends and those that simply want to see another state disrupted often

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Plan for disaster recovery – Jamaica Observer

No organisation is immune to the potential risk of disruption to its operation. If you’re reading this, you’ve likely experienced significant disruption to your business. Or maybe you’re just concerned about what could happen if a disaster or a malicious attack were to strike. Either way, it’s not too late to start thinking about disaster recovery (DR), which is creating

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