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Considering Global Threats

Written by  JEAN ROWE, MBCI, CBCP, CDCP & HATTAN SHAMI Wednesday, 04 January 2012 17:33

In our world of business resilience, we are often so focused on planning for response and recovery we may not take the time to look at global risks on our planning horizon. Consideration should be given to the effects of globalization on our collective business resilience planning efforts. Globalization is not just about the interlocking of the world’s economies, it’s also about other risks that cross borders. Gone are the days when we simply planned for our neighbor making us a victim of collateral damage. Any organization can become collateral damage as a result of global threats. What are some of the effects of globalization on business resilience? Consider global risks related to physical security, the environment, health, transportation, information security, and communications for starters. A local


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