business continuity

Are your Business Continuity Plans Green?

How many times today did you see an ad that promoted a “green” product or boasted the efforts of a company that is doing its part to save our environment?

Everyone’s interest in “going green” reminded me of Biby Associates’ long-time commitment to conserving paper, especially when dealing with those ever-changing, tree-eradicating business continuity plans.

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Do It Now!

Do It Now!

    In other words, prepare and practice now before the storm comes.  Now is the only moment in which you have any control.

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Increasing Threats and Few Companies are Prepared

08.28.2008

"We've never had anything serious happen."  This was the recent response from a high level manager of a large, local business as to why his company did not have any written plans for disaster response and recovery.  Isn't this always the case?  We naturally do not believe that a disastrous event will happen to us until it actually occurs. 911, Katrina, and the great Northeastern Power Blackout of 2003, are just a few examples.  But what about the thousands of local events?

Guarding Our Nation’s Infrastructures

Back on July 26, 1908 when Attorney General Charles J. Bonaparte organized what later became known as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), his original 34 investigators probed cases in antitrust, peonage, and land fraud.

Today, almost 100 years later, its cadre of over 30,000 employees follows a somewhat higher mission: To protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats and to enforce the criminal laws of the United States.”