The data contained throughout this report highlights which events trigger the highest concerns, how prepared are organizations, how have events impacted the business operations, employees and downtime, what have been the financial impacts and how involved were the executives during an incident. In addition, we’ve included open text responses on how organizations have prevented a business disruption, changes and improvements to the program after an actual event/ declaration and how organizations attempt to calculate estimated financial loss.
Since 2001, we have been fortunate to have received more than 25,000 responses from more than 50 countries that have supported over 45 industry leading surveys and we hope you find this report valuable.
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