The Mastery Of Disaster

New technologies, clear plans and practice can help any Wall Street firm better prepare itself for a disaster the size and scope of the events of Sept. 11, 2001.

September 11, 2001 changed the world of disaster recovery forever. As a consultant, I have helped numerous firms prepare disaster recovery plans. For years, my viewpoint was limited to that of an outsider involved in preparation only. The events of 9/11 altered that viewpoint drastically.

The World Trade Center disaster served as a reminder that the true purpose of disaster recovery plans is not to satisfy corporate or government auditors; they are developed to prepare us for actual times of

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