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What is in your plan? Who developed your plan? How did you exercise your plan? Have you updated your plan? Why do you even have a plan? Have you ever used your plan? Does your plan work? These are just a few questions you and your colleagues should be asking one another when thinking about the viability of your business. Too many businesses have a half-hearted plan that in all honesty, they really hope to never ever have to use. This is not business continuity. In fact, it’s the opposite of business continuity. So what about your plan. Have you…

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The Zero Day Scenario
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Conducting Realistic Exercises: Test the Plan vs. Plan the Test
One of my favorite subjects to discuss and write about is the issue of realistic testing when conducting an exercise....