Today’s Digest 8. May 2013
News von Heute
- Japan: Update: Two years since the tsunami
Source: Mercy Corps Country: Japan Two years have passed since Japan’s Tohoku coast was ravaged by a massive earthquake and tsunami. Thousands of lives lost, hundreds of thousands of survivors left without shelter, and millions of dollars in monetary damage were left behind when the ocean waters retreated.
- 2013 Financial Services Availability Benchmark Study results
The 2013 Financial Services Availability Benchmark Study reveals that while financial services organizations are obligated to establish and report stringent service availability objectives for mission-critical systems, they are actually among the worst performing in regards to meeting these goals. In fact, 41 percent of those surveyed acknowledged that they did not meet their service availability goals for mission-critical systems in 2012.
- End-to-End Business Continuity Testing | Capgemini Worldwide
Successful rehearsals of one or more individual continuity plans – in isolation of the other – may provide the organisation with a cursory level of comfort that, should the unthinkable occur, their business and IT groups will handle the incident. But rehearsals do not validate the efficacy of the plans. Integrated End-to-End Continuity Testing is essential to ensure a higher degree of consistency with both industry best practices and international standards
- Officials Prepare For Another Flu Pandemic — Just In Case : Shots – Health News : NPR
There’s been a buzz of activity at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta since scientists of a new bird flu virus from China four weeks ago.
- Today’s Digest 7. May 2013
News von Heute Hacker verschafften sich Zugriff auf alle .edu-Domains Die Hackergruppe “Hack The Planet” veröffentlicht Informationen zu Lücken in MoinMoin und ColdFusion, über die sie sich unter anderem Zugriff auf alle .edu-Domains, die Website des Sicherheitstools Nmap sowie andere prominente Websites verschaffte. US GOVERNMENT: Chinese Hackers Have Stolen Information From ‘Almost Every Major US […]