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October 30, 2012  3:09 PM

Hurricane Sandy: An epic storm and the ultimate DR test



Posted by: David Schneier
Audit, audits, backup, bank, bank closing, bank closings, banking, banks, BIA, business, business continuity, business continuity plan, business impact analysis, community bank, disaster recovery, DR, examiners, internal audit, internal controls, ITGC, NCUA, pandemic, Pandemic Planning, policy, procedure, risk assess, risk assessment, risk assessments, risk management, risks

I've written similar posts in that past where I start off by apologizing for appearing opportunistic when leveraging a significant news event to generate site content.  However when considering roughly one-third of all my clients are dealing with Hurricane Sandy this represents a rare chance to...

June 1, 2010  7:32 PM

Flu pandemic plan: No need to go overboard



Posted by: David Schneier
Audit, bcp, business continuity planning, findings, observations, pandemic, Pandemic Planning, regulatory, Regulatory Compliance, testing

I'm returning to the office after having given in to the siren song of Memorial Day weekend.  Despite enjoying the long break and all its trappings (way too much I might add), something that hit my radar last week remained on my mind. Earlier in the week, I came across a comment in an IT audit...


April 29, 2009  3:33 PM

Pandemic Planning: a quick update.



Posted by: David Schneier
bcp, business continuity planning, pandemic, Regulatory Compliance

I wanted to post a quick update regarding the looming threat of a true pandemic event courtesy of the swine flu.

In the past forty-eight hours I’ve had conversations with three separate clients in which the subject of their pandemic response plans...


April 27, 2009  5:28 PM

How’s your Pandemic Response Plan looking today?



Posted by: David Schneier
bcp, business continuity planning, FFIEC, GLBA, NCUA, pandemic, Regulatory Compliance

I started my day yesterday by finding my 12-year-old sitting with his eyes riveted on the laptop screen reading what I figured was something either on Facebook or a sports related website.  I only wish.  Turns out he was fixated on the breaking news covering the swine flu. Much like his...


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