DRI International Maps Professional Practices to U.N. Disaster Risk Reduction Sendai Framework
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Don’t Get Vaporized: A Regulatory Lesson From The Vaping Ban
Increased regulatory oversight of the booming e-cigarette industry should have been visible through the e-mist. Any business involved in the manufacture and sale of these products could have predicted it and used that knowledge to come up with a plan to address it. For the big players, that could mean regulatory engagement, marketing shifts or product changes, all of which we are seeing now.
Gulf Coast Healthcare Facilities Prep for Increased Possibility of Hurricanes
“Hospitals suffer probably twice as much from disasters as everybody else,” Al Berman, president of the Disaster Recovery Institute Foundation, previously told HealthTech. “They have to deal with their own problems, and they have to deal with everyone else’s.”
What Does a Certified Risk Manager (CRM) Do?
The CRMP requires more than two years of experience, where the CRM suggests two years of experience. It’s designed for individuals with a more specialized background in risk management than the CRM. The CRMP validates that the professional has the experience and knowledge necessary to put in place and manage a business risk management program. DRI International is the certifier.
Should CEOs Take Aim at Controversies Like Gun Control?
Clearly, these CEOs feel they have to take a stand, have weighed the potential business impact and are trying to be proactive. It is too soon to see whether their gamble will be good or bad for business, but it is undoubtedly a high-risk bet."
For Forbes Magazine, DRI President and CEO Chloe Demrovsky considers a complicated subject: should business leaders comment on hot-button issues like gun control?
Why Ransomware Attacks On Local Government Matter
“Deliberate information technology (IT) disruption is considered a top risk to all organizations both in terms of likelihood and potential impact, according to a survey of resilience professionals by DRI International. While IT disruption can occur as the result of a variety of incidents—from natural disasters to update errors—intentional disruptions, like ransomware, magnify the potential damage. With money being the primary motivator, it is unsurprising that the biggest data breaches of the 21st century have been mostly perpetrated against private companies rather than government actors.”
DRI President and CEO Chloe Demrovsky looks at the impacts on budgets, data security, privacy, and more for Forbes Magazine.