Today’s Digest 27. October 2012

News von Heute

  • Hurricane Sandy Potentially Bigger Than Irene – WSJ.com
    Hurricane Sandy could deliver a bigger coastal surge than Hurricane Irene and bring a wide swath of strong winds, heavy rains, snow and flooding early next week to the mid-Atlantic, New England, and parts of the Midwest, government forecasters warned Friday.
  • Tropical cyclone Sandy regains hurricane strength
    MIAMI (Reuters) – Tropical cyclone Sandy regained hurricane strength on Saturday after flagging wind speeds earlier in the day triggered its downgrade to a tropical storm, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said.
  • ISO 22301 Research Reports BCI
    Drawing on the expertise and experience of more than 600 business continuity professionals, this eagerly awaited second part of the BCI survey looks at attitudes towards ISO 22301 and considers the need to get buy-in to adopt the new standard be it through alignment, compliance or certification; looks at transition issues and explores the reasons why some organisations will choose not to adopt this ISO.
  • Network configuration changes are a significant cause of IT continuity issues
    Tufin Technologies has announced the results of a survey of 140 network security professionals. 64 percent of these respondents reported that their organization had recently experienced application service disruptions due to network configuration changes.
  • Naturkatastrophe in der Karibik: USA rĂĽsten sich fĂĽr Hurrikan "Sandy"
    Knapp 40 Menschen sterben, als “Sandy” ĂĽber die Karibik hinwegfegt und schwere VerwĂĽstungen hinterlässt. Jetzt nimmt der Hurrikan Kurs auf die OstkĂĽste der USA. Mehrere Bundesstaaten verhängten bereits den Notstand.
  • Hurricane Sandy Power Outages Could Last Over A Week, New Jersey Utility Spokesman Says – The Huffington Post
    One of the New Jersey’s largest utility companies says residents should expect power outages of a week or more once the effects of Hurricane Sandy hit the state.
  • Hurrikan „Sandy“: New York wartet auf den „perfekten Sturm“
    Nein, sagt Paul Kocin, „wir wir bauschen hier nichts auf“. Und doch kann der Meteorologe die Menschen an der US-Ostküste nicht genug vor Hurrikan „Sandy“ warnen: „Einige unserer Modelle zeigen einen Sturm, der so intensiv ist, wie wir ihn in diesem Teil des Landes seit 100 Jahren nicht mehr gesehen haben“, sagte Kocin, der für den US-Wetterdienst National Weather Service arbeitet, der Nachrichtenagentur Bloomberg.
  • Wall Street rĂĽstet sich fĂĽr Hurrikan “Sandy”
    Finanzdienstleister in New York haben angesichts der Bedrohung durch den aufkommenden Hurrikan “Sandy” ihre Notfallpläne aktiviert. Zu den besonders gefährdeten Institute in den niedrig liegenden Stadtteilen von New York gehören Federal Reserve Bank of New York, die New York Stock Exchange, die New York Mercantile Exchange, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs und die Bank of New York […]
  • Wall Street braces for hurricane – FT.com
    Financial institutions in lower Manhattan were set to implement contingency plans as New Yorkers braced for the arrival of Hurricane Sandy on Sunday evening.
    The lower tip of Manhattan, which is vulnerable to flooding, houses a number of financial institutions including: The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, the New York Stock Exchange, the New York Mercantile Exchange, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Bank of New York Mellon.
  • Today’s Digest 26. October 2012
    News von Heute Brazil hit by new blackout, infrastructure in spotlight | Reuters A massive blackout left as many as 53 million Brazilians in the dark late Thursday and early Friday, the latest in a string of energy shortages that have raised questions about whether Brazil’s infrastructure is keeping pace with economic growth. Fukushima owner […]
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