The U.S. has spent more than $1 trillion dollars on the war on terrorism since 9/11. As the 10th anniversary of that terrible day approaches, we take another look at the impact of terrorism on our lives and business and recommend that you continue your business continuity efforts.
Key threats to business continuity include terrorism and political unrest, an Aon report finds. (Item #1) Lyndon Bird, director of the Business Continuity Institute, looks at terrorism as a threat to business continuity and its potential to interrupt activity, and how to approach prevention. (Item #2) It’s not just the 10 largest cities that should be concerned about terrorism. (Item #3)
This paper examines the impact of terrorism on five business sectors: the equities market, aviation, tourism, insurance and corporate security. (Item #4) Read this compilation of observations on the impact of terrorism on business. (Item #5) What can business do to cope more successfully with terrorism? (Item #6)
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