DRI In the News: Katrina Anniversary Lessons, Cyber-Security, Vendor Fears, and More!
DRI continues to be the go-to resource for print, radio, and internet stories focused on resilience, security, and other topics near and dear to the hearts of business continuity professionals. Here’s where we’ve been featured most recently:
- Inc. Radio — The popular business website’s radio show featured DRI President and CEO Al Berman for a segment on cyber-security and identity theft. “”There are only two kinds of people in this world,” says Berman, “those that know they’ve been hacked and those that don’t.” Start listening at the 6:54 mark.
- Risk & Insurance — For “10 Years Later: Lessons Learned from Hurricane Katrina,” the website asked Lou Drapeau,director of risk management at the University of Kentucky and DRI vice-chairman, to explain how companies have changed their resilience strategies in the years since the storm.
- Nearshore Americas — This IT and BPO site went to Berman for two articles, “Five Things Nearshore Vendors Can Do To Allay Client Security Fears” and “Security Fears Drive Jobs Back to US, But Nearshore Can Benefit“.
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