Zachary Falb did not begin his career in business continuity and disaster recovery. In fact, he was completing contract work as a project manager and took a short-term job as a coordinator for a major airline that was starting a business continuity program. Initially he had no clue what business continuity entailed. He didn’t even know the field existed until he ended up in it by accident. Now that he’s in the field, Falb feels that professionals can truly make a difference in people’s lives by ensuring they are safe if an incident occurs and they will have a job…
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