Lessons from penetration testing: four simple IT security mistakes that leave a business vulnerable

Luke Potter is Operations Manager at SureCloud
Published: Tuesday, 12 January 2016

Luke Potter looks at four of the most basic security oversights identified during penetration testing that leave businesses vulnerable to a data breach.

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Want to Build with Federal Funds? New Order Requires Planning for Future Flood Risk | InsideClimate News

Feb 3, 2015

What projects will be affected?

The measure will impact all new or expected-to-be rebuilt structures that rely on federal funding. This could include roads, bridges or ports. It could also include hospitals, emergency shelters, energy projects or military bases. It could affect some homeowners or business owners turning to FEMA to rebuild after a hurricane or winter storm.

Source: Want to Build with Federal Funds? New Order Requires Planning for Future Flood Risk | InsideClimate News

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Incident Management | Ready.gov

The National Incident Management System (NIMS) was established by FEMA and includes the Incident Command System (ICS). NIMS is used as the standard for emergency management by all public agencies in the United States for both planned and emergency events. Businesses with organized emergency response teams that interface with public emergency services can benefit from using the ICS. ICS is also well suited for managing disruptions of business operations. Public information and crisis communications are an integral part of the ICS structure.

Source: Incident Management | Ready.gov

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