Thursday, August 28, 2014

9 Tips to Help Prepare for Any Disaster

While the phrase “disaster planning” typically invokes images of floods, hurricanes or other fits of Mother Nature, disaster comes in many forms—from the death of a CEO to a data breach or system failure; from workplace violence to the loss of a vendor; from a mechanical breakdown to a top sales rainmaker leaving the company.


Disasters—“events,” in professional parlance—fall into three categories: natural perils (earthquakes, hurricanes, wildfires); manmade perils (fire, terrorism, workplace violence); and technological perils (cyber breaches, software corruption, system failures), says Ken Katz, property risk control director at Travelers. And even small events can cause significant damage.

source: www.propertycasualty360.com

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