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The Cyberattack That Started a Self-Inflicted Gasoline Supply Shortage

May 13, 2021 Leave a comment DRI Admin

The recent ransomware attack on the Colonial Pipeline created a chain reaction that led to consumers creating the gas shortage they were attempting to prepare against – here’s how it went down. On May 7, Colonial Pipeline announced that in the wake of disruptions it was shutting down 5,500 miles of pipeline (about 45% of […]

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DRI’s Michele Turner, MBCP, Writes Book on Resilience…and Life

April 28, 2021 Leave a comment DRI Admin

With the release of Lessons Learned: Short Stories of Continuity and Resilience, DRI International Board Member and DRI Foundation Director of Giving Michele L. Turner, MBCP, answers the often-asked question: “When is your book coming out?” “Whenever I would do presentations at industry conferences and events, people would always ask ‘When is your book coming out?’ […]

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Planning for Wildfire Community Preparedness Day and Beyond

April 27, 2021 Leave a comment DRI Admin

May 1 is the National Fire Protection Association’s Wildfire Community Preparedness Day, and it can’t come faster for a year that may see extremely dangerous fires on the U.S west coast and Canada. Now is the time to plan for potentially devastating wildfires. Recently San Jose University’s Wildfire Interdisciplinary Research Center discovered that fuel-moisture content […]

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Mark Your Calendars for Hurricane Preparedness Week

April 25, 2021 Leave a comment DRI Admin

With the potential for a busy Atlantic hurricane season, this year’s Hurricane Preparedness Week (May 9-15) is your best opportunity to communicate effective emergency response with your organization, its employees, and the surrounding community. “Today you can determine your personal hurricane risk, find out if you live in a hurricane evacuation zone, and review/update insurance […]

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Private Sector Engagement and Risk Science: Take This Survey

April 15, 2021 Leave a comment DRI Admin

A co-sponsorship with the United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) and the International Science Council (ISC), the Integrated Research on Disaster Risk (IRDR) program is a global effort to coordinate research on disaster risk issues. The existing Science Plan guiding the program is at the end of its life, and a new Risk […]

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The ‘Godzilla Vs. Kong’ Disaster Response Roundup!

April 14, 2021 Leave a comment DRI Admin

The biggest stars in cinema so far this year (pun certainly intended): Godzilla Vs. Kong Audiences are here for the long-awaited title fight between the two cinematic titans, and the resulting destruction to whatever major city they’ve decided to throw down in (it doesn’t look good for Hong Kong this time around). As giant avatars for […]

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Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning: 2021 COVID-19 Editorial

April 12, 2021 Leave a comment DRI Admin

By Lyndon Bird Chief Knowledge Officer, DRI Editor Journal of Business Continuity & Emergency Planning January 2021 This is the first edition of the Journal published in 2021, so I wish all our readers and contributors a belated welcome to what is likely to be another strange and stressful year. Given the delay between writing […]

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Read the March Crisis Response Journal – Special Subscription Offer for DRI Certified Professionals

April 1, 2021 Leave a comment DRI Admin

The latest edition of the Crisis Response Journal is now available for download from our Library! This issue features an article by DRI Chief Knowledge Officer Lyndon Bird on incorporating business continuity practices into supply chain resilience. DRI has partnered with CRJ to provide DRI Certified Professionals access to a PDF version of the most current issue. […]

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Improving Incident Management With Mindfulness: Register Now for the April 28 Webinar!

March 31, 2021 Leave a comment DRI Admin

For the last year, we have all been challenged by stressful and ever-changing circumstances. If you feel like it’s taken a toll, the good news is that you’re not alone – a recent CDC study found that stress and anxiety levels in Q2 of 2020 were three times higher than in 2019. That’s why the […]

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Brexit: Half of UK Businesses Report Disruptions Post-Withdrawal

March 30, 2021 Leave a comment DRI Admin

Three months into the Brexit withdrawal, just over half of UK businesses say they’ve been dealing with disruptions ranging from small to large due to the new UK/EU trade agreement. According to a YouGov survey of 2,046 business decision makers, 52% say their company has faced disruption since the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement came into effect […]

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