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Both public and private sectors must work together for crisis planning and response says Richard Andrews

The persistent threats of terrorist activities, coupled with even more frequently occurring natural disasters, serve as ongoing reminders of the importance of effective crisis management and business continuity planning. A crisis can have a significant effect on an organization's reputation, ...

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