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Legal Tropics: Digital Crisis Planning & Response for Natural Disasters

A HUB Talks Podcast

Date: 19 November 2018

In this episode, K&L Gates Miami partner Elisa D’Amico brings you five digital crisis management “best practices” to help business plan for and recover from the digital effects of any natural disaster. Hurricanes, wildfires, or earthquakes, can cause unavoidable disruptions to business operations. As we live in an increasingly digital world, business must think not only about the physical losses that a natural disaster may cause, but must be sure to proactively plan for and think about how natural disasters can impact a business from a digital or technological perspective. A comprehensive evaluation of company operations and a specifically tailored crisis management plan are critical to maximizing protection against digital risk and information management disruption and ensuring business continuity. Our goal is to ensure that your business is prepared to weather any storm.

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Miami Legal Tropics brings you hot-button topics and emerging legal trends that drive our Miami marketplace and extend far beyond.

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