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Keep up with the unhappy possibilities that impact IT resiliency -- from ransomware, to cloud outages, to natural disasters, to political upheaval -- and learn what to do about them.

InformationWeek Staff

January 25, 2024

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You know that dizzy, sick, helpless feeling you get after reading a relentless barrage of stories about cyber attacks? InformationWeek's Cyber Resilience newsletter, launching today, will spare you that discomfort.

No, it might not go down as smooth as sweet tea on a summer afternoon. We won't promise that. It will cover the whole realm of unhappy possibilities that impact business continuity and IT resiliency -- from ransomware, to cloud outages, to natural disasters, to political upheaval. However, we'll cut through the noise, explain why some stories matter to CIOs (or why they don't), and what a CIO, CDO, or IT leader can do about it.

Subscribe now and make sure you don't miss any coverage of cyber insurance, risk management, cyber incident response, security compliance, and more. If it's your job to keep an innovative business operating, even in the face of disaster, you'll want to subscribe.

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