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
No Business Continuity Plan For COVID-19? Start Here.
From a safe social distance, I’ve been fielding frantic calls from organizations that don’t have a business continuity plan to help them respond to the spread of the COVID-19 global pandemic. I’ve also gotten calls from those who do, but there is nothing in it for a pandemic scenario, which manifests itself differently from natural disasters or cyberattacks. If you don't have a business continuity plan in place, these basic steps will help get you started:
Disaster Recovery Plan: essential for the efficient functioning of organizations (Spanish Language)
It is necessary that a Disaster Recovery Plan is adjusted to the needs of each company ... for this it is recommended to have the support of certified personnel in reference frameworks such as those of the DRI (Disaster Recovery Institute International).
PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman - How to Navigate Your Business Through the Coronavirus Shutdown
Ryan and Felix talk to disaster relief expert Chloe Demvrosky about how businesses should navigate the coronavirus outbreak and subsequent economic turmoil.
How firms move to secret offices amid Covid-19
Pandemics are a very specific kind of crisis, notes Chloe Demrovsky, president and chief executive of Disaster Recovery Institute International. The main threat that firms have been preparing for in recent years has been a major cyber-attack, she says: “Pandemic was kind of sitting on the back burner.”
Newsmax Now with John Bachman
DRI President and CEO Chloe Demrovsky was interviewed on COVID-19 and its effect on businesses and the economy.