One of the core skills required for a business continuity and disaster recovery professional is the ability to conduct comprehensive business impact analyses (BIAs). This involves a meticulous review of critical business functions and operations that analyzes dependencies across vendors, facilities, personnel and technology infrastructure.
Skilled nursing homes and assisted living operators in states like Florida are masterful improvisers, but an uptick in newcomers will require these professional caregivers to leverage the power of community more than ever before.
With Nat CAT’s presenting fearsome exposures to property and casualty underwriters, the use of geospatial intelligence as a risk mitigation and underwriting aid is starting to make a lot more sense. In this webinar, learn how gaining a more granular view of loss exposures through the use of geospatial intelligence is not only feasible, but increasingly necessary.
Interest in better wildfire detection and suppression is growing in the wake of massive fires in California and Australia — costly disasters that are expected to become more common as climate change makes some areas drier and hotter.