"The Best Defense is a Good Offense"

Jack Dempsey reigned as the world heavyweight champion from 1919 to 1926 and his aggressive fighting style and exceptional punching power made him one of the most popular boxers in history. When asked about his strategy, he would reply that “the best defense is a good offense.” He once threw a left hook that shattered his opponent’s cheek bone in 13 places. But it’s worth noting that this punch came after patient and methodical observation. Dempsey is ranked 10th among all-time heavyweights because he was careful to observe his opponents and respond appropriately to their attacks. 

In our new eBook, “Business Continuity Basics: Applying Lessons Learned from Hurricanes, Earthquakes, Fires, Floods, Cyber-Attacks, and Disgruntled Employees” we take a look at the critical steps needed to ensure a responsible approach to developing plans and measures to combat business interruptions. No matter the cause, there is a systematic way to analyze, prepare and respond to any threat to make sure your business survives.

Just as Jack Dempsey was methodical in his defensive tactics, through these activities you, too, will discover the value of solid and methodical recovery actions to defend your business. 

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