Re: [infoguys-list] Hurricane Wilma
- This might seem slightly off-topic for investigations, but it's not really.
Especially if you deal with any kind of security analysis, business
continuity, executive protection, or if you just want to make sure your family is safer.
At InfoQuest, we're a licensed, full-spectrum investigative agency, but our
main focus is on security analysis with a "minor" in preparedness consulting.
Considering the damage that happened to Steve's home, we can easily see that
disasters can happen to us anywhere at any time, and the responsibility for our
protection rests squarely on our own shoulders. (In fact, I invite you to
read the latest article on our blog at www.disasterprep101.blogspot.com.)
This is why we wrote our family-oriented disaster and terrorism preparedness
manual "Disaster Prep 101" (at www.disasterprep101.com). It was created to
contribute where the FEMA and Red Cross info ends and it's a great manual to
have on your shelf if you specialize in any of the areas we mentioned above.
Take care and have a safe holiday season!
InfoQuest, Atlanta, GA
>>In a message dated 11/28/2005 9:35:35 AM Eastern Standard Time,staylor@... writes:
> Good morning,[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> Sorry for the cross posts, but this is for the folks that have not
> already seen this devastation. Being an investigator myself, I felt that
> it is important.
> Steven B. Taylor