7th Edition Firestorm Analytical Solutions Crisis Event Impact Management Report Now Available for Order
This important global study combines data from executives across 14 countries in over 50 major industry verticals and encompasses 45 different disruptive event types. These events range from impacts due to terrorism, industrial accidents, natural disasters, cyber incidents, lawsuits, fraud and political instability.
The study was developed by the Firestorm Analytical Solutions team in conjunction with the study’s international Benchmarking Advisory Board. The study was launched in November of 2017 and remained open through January 2018.
“This report quantifies the various types of economic impacts on a business due to disruptive events and identifies year-over-year trends. Our goal in this annual research is two-fold. First, to help people understand the costs associated with incidents that not only reduce the ability to conduct business. And second, to show the effectiveness of efforts to adapt and resume normal activity.” – Hart Brown, Firestorm COO.
- Length of time crisis programs exist
- Program Maturity Self Assessment
- Pre-Event Planning
- Program Activation
- Financial Impacts
- Average hours lost due to crises
Assessment of Data & Reporting
Firestorm Analytical Solutions is continuously reviewing and verifying the data points received in the study. Data points in question are confirmed by contacting the respondent who completed that study. If the respondent did not include their contact information, then their response to the study may be removed. With our seven years of expertise in collecting and assessing such data points, Firestorm Analytical Solutions has an exceptional understanding of what is considered questionable or unintelligible data.
Since 2001 BC Management, Inc., now Firestorm, has been gathering data on business continuity management programs and compensations to provide professionals with the information they need to elevate their programs. Each year our organization strives to improve upon the study questions, distribution of the study and the reporting of the data collected.