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2017 Indicated an Increase in the Activation of Crisis Management Plans

Flooding from Typhoon Hato and Hurricane Harvey, wind damage from Hurricane Maria, monsoon rains, devastating earthquakes, and tragic fires in California, Chile, and Portugal. Add in new waves of cyber events and 2017 was easily one of the most expensive and deadly years for disruptive events in decades.

Those are the findings based on data compiled in the latest Firestorm Crisis Event Impact Management Study. The 7th edition study, developed by the Firestorm Analytical Solutions team, provides professionals with information they can use to elevate their business continuity management programs.

Read the full article via Firestorm.

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