Even for those of us in the security community, whose job it is to think about worst-case scenarios, the last week has been surreal. Events have been cancelled, schools are closed, businesses are asking employees to work from home, and now several states are ordering public-facing businesses, like restaurants and clubs, to close their doors as well. If you’re a business owner, you may be wondering what sort of continuity planning you should have in place to protect your business during the coronavirus quarantine. The idea of employees getting sick may rightly make you nervous, as may the idea of empty buildings and abandoned storefronts. What can fire extinguishers tell you about an organization’s risk? Find out here.
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