Business at Risk: How to Assess, Mitigate, and Respond to Terrorist Threats

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Bioterrorism. Chemical threats. Cyber crime. Business as usual has taken on new meaning in the post September 11th world particularly for the insurance industry. Introducing Business At Risk the essential reference that shows you how to successfully manag

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Bioterrorism. Chemical threats. Cyber crime. Business as usual has taken on new meaning in the post September 11th world particularly for the insurance industry. Introducing Business At Risk the essential reference that shows you how to successfully manage the risks of terrorism both on and off American soil.This is a must-have resource for the risk manager facilities manager safety and loss control specialist or business owner who wants to successfully manage the new risks and potential consequences for businesses in todays environment.Business At Risks systematic approach takes you step-by-step through the five key areas of managing terrorist threats assessment mitigation response recovery and financing the risk. Youll discover how to-Conduct comprehensive pre-loss risk threat and vulnerability assessments as well as a business impact analysis. -Devise successful mitigation strategies that cover everything from site selection and building design to physical operational computer and cyber security. -Establish an effective response plan that encompasses both the potential for and an actual terrorist attack. -Activate a recovery plan including how to communicate with various company and public sectors.Youll also learn how to-Decrease an organizations vulnerability to terrorism losses and cushion financial blows. -Survive and thrive in a hard insurance market. -Assess and use alternative risk techniques to address terrorist exposures. -Handle claims issues that have or could arise in the aftermath of a terrorist incident. -With supporting charts checklists and helpful dos and donts in every chapter nationally-recognized authors Don Schmidt and Kevin Quinley chart a practical course that can be easily applied or customized to suit your clients unique needs. You ll also find key insights into how the government and the industry are approaching reinsurance pressures