Cyber and Reputation Risks Remain Top Concerns, According to Marsh and DRI International Survey
According to the 2015 International Business Resilience Survey, conducted by Marsh and Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRI), firms consider ... Continue Reading
DRI International To Address United Nations World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction
NEW YORK – February 3, 2015 — DRI International will be a featured expert resource at the Public Forum of the United Nations World Conference on D ... Continue Reading
Smith School of Business to Host DRI International’s Inaugural Collegiate Conference Event
DRI International is proud to announce its partnership with the Supply Chain Management Center at the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith Schoo ... Continue Reading
DRI in the News
Notre-Dame In Flames: Protecting Our Cultural Treasures
What can we do to protect cultural treasures like Notre-Dame de Paris and stop tragedies like these from occurring?
The Broader Business Lessons From The Boeing 737 Crash
"...it is also essential that we discuss the business continuity aspects of an incident like this so that business leaders can manage events effectively, learn from mistakes, and try to prevent these things from happening again."
Businesses Turn to Simpler, Faster, More Reliable Disaster Recovery as a Service
Al Berman, president of the Disaster Recovery Institute Foundation and past president of Disaster Recovery Institute International, says that the popularity of DRaaS reflects a growing sense among IT leaders that antiquated backup solutions should be jettisoned in favor of more comprehensive disaster recovery strategies.
How The FaceTime Bug Puts Business At Risk (And What To Do About It)
Is the FaceTime bug a threat to your business? Maybe. Could it also be an opportunity to demonstrate leadership and foster trust? Certainly.
Don't Ignore These 10 Global Business Risks In 2019
If you are a business leader, you probably enjoy acting on your ideas and charging into the future fueled by optimism. But it is also your responsibility to plan for the panoply of risks—like increased technology threats and worrying climate challenges—that make it seem like we’re all living in a sci-fi blockbuster.