Minimizing Risks and Ensuring BC Amid Social Unrest

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In addition to the pandemic, social unrest is a call for a better understanding of risk and vulnerabilities and proactively planning to minimize these risks is crucial to business continuity and employee and community safety. Personnel and property, infrastructure, and reputation are part of the evolving risk landscape.

In his article for Security Magazine, former FBI Executive Assistant Director for Intelligence Joshua Skule, and current Senior Vice President of the Risk Advisory and Consulting Services division at Allied Universal, presents an insightful look at ensuring business continuity amid social unrest and demonstrations.

Read the full post via Security Magazine.

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