The Risk Roundtable: EP 24. Are you Living in the Physical World?
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In the latest Risk Roundtable, Andy, Dave and Jen ponder whether or not we live in the physical world or if a little time off took Jen to a whole new dimension. Kicking off with another acronym soup month, the team looks at Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month and the downstream impacts that can affect organizations who fail to incorporate for critical infrastructure into their preparedness plans. Then roundtable talked about the recent warning of terrorist capabilities to strike the U.S. as well as whether organizations are better prepared today to address a crisis than they were pre-COVID. In the process, the team came up with a new term - "Preparedness Calculus" - and whether organizations are evaluating events and factoring that into their preparedness process. The discussions wrapped up with Andy's three questions involving some favorite fall themes - warm clothing, turkey, and the Lion's losing. But before signing off, Dave had to talk about his enjoyment for Dune, but did he show some hypocratic tendencies? Some links to items discussed in the podcast included: White House Critical Infrastructure Month Proclamation. CISA Infrastructure Security Month Materials: (2019) (June 2021) Critical Infrastructure Sectors. See Something Say Something. See Something Say Something: Report Suspicious Activity. Webinar: Getting Started Now: Pandemic Preparedness After-Action Reports, 10 Apr 2020. Webinar Recording: Getting Started Now: Pandemic Preparedness After-Action Reports, 17 Apr 2020. REN-ISAC and report: &

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