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Reflecting on 2018 to date, there have been too many crises and risk episodes to recount them all here. Just a few that we’ve witnessed include episodes of workplace and school violence that ignited global media attention, phishing scams, senior executives fired from notable companies, and a false alarm missile threat in Hawaii.

Following crises, a responsible leader will convene a meeting with the organization’s crisis management team to review and measure the crisis plan to identify weaknesses and vulnerabilities. According to Firestorm Solutions’ 7th Edition Crisis Event Impact Management Report, 28.8 percent of organizations have updated their crisis plans in the last 12 months.

When was the last time your crisis plan was reviewed, edited, and updated?

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