In a recent post, fellow INN contributor Ara Trembly talked about the specter of “cyberwarfare,” in which foreign powers, terrorists or criminals bring down our IT infrastructure. Ara recommends, in the true spirit of the insurance industry, planning and being prepared for such worst-case scenarios.

The prospect of a mega-glitch bringing down companies—and let's face it, everything relies on IT—was the subject of a recent Webcast I co-presented with Jeff Papows, CEO of WebLayers, and formerly president of Lotus. Jeff is also preparing a book on the subject.

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