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November 10, 2021
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ACP is supported by partners who enhance its mission to shape and support the global community of resilience practitioners. ACP is pleased to share the following information from one of these partners, Fusion Risk Management.

Rich Cooper, Global Head of Financial Service Go-To-Market at Fusion Risk Management, explains how Fusion helps clients understand and employ existing data to remain resilient in the face of unexpected change.

This podcast is hosted by Jeff Kavanaugh, VP and Head of the Infosys Knowledge Institute.

Read more and listen to the podcast 

 
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Hackers published a million stolen credit cards for free in a campaign dubbed a “promotion of unprecedented generosity” to inaugurate a new criminal marketplace, the Italian cybersecurity firm D3Labs said.

The promotion of the new criminal dark web carding site AllWorld[.]cards began in early June. The underground carding site has been in operation since May 2021, according to cybersecurity firm Cyble.
 
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Fake vaccine certificates have been available for purchase since proof of vaccination was adopted by numerous nations as a means of satisfying Covid-19 entry requirements, but the market has picked up significant steam as the concept of “vaccine passports” has spread to domestic life and everyday activities.

As European countries and cities such as New York and San Francisco roll out programs that bar those who have not taken a Covid vaccine from entry to many elements of public life, the market for fake vaccine certificates is booming. The phony cards are coming from all over the world, with shipments from China to the United States being intercepted by Customs, but some research indicates that the majority are being produced in the US and Europe.

Read more.
 
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If you are an expert interested in supporting the profession through educating your peers, we’d love to consider featuring you as an ACP featured presenter. To be considered, please contact Robbie LaRocca or Ed Goldberg
We are currently looking for September- December 2021 webinars.

If you are interested in driving quality content to members behind the scenes, we invite you to consider volunteering with the Education Committee. For more information, please contact Robbie LaRocca or Ed Goldberg.
 
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We've recently experienced a renewed interest in ACP's Industry Sponsorship Program from companies providing products and services to contingency professionals. These individuals are responsible for a variety of mission critical functions including business continuity, disaster recovery, emergency management, and risk management.  This is an opportunity for industry organizations to tell your story and educate an expanding marketplace as to the value of your company deliverables.  As an Association Industry Sponsor you can be assured of significant exposure to our members in a variety of mediums including our weekly communication News & Views.

Further information on the program can be found under the "Sponsors" tab of the ACP website.  Why not take the opportunity to have a conversation with ACP staff regarding the program deliverables which best align with your strategic marketing plan.  They can be reached at or by calling 1.800.445.4227 FREE.
 
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