NNSG Backs the President on This: It’s Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month

Are you personally prepared for the next life crisis/major emergency?

Hyannis, MA, November 28, 2013 --(PR.com)-- In proclaiming this month (Nov. 2013) as "Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience Month", President Obama said, "This month, as we recognize that safeguarding our critical infrastructure is an economic and security imperative, let each of us do our part to build a more resilient Nation."

The single best thing that can be done to make our nation more resilient is to strengthen the resilience of our citizens and their families.

Although the Administration emphasizes individual and community preparedness and resilience through frequent engagement to discuss risk and the provision of practical steps citizens should take to protect themselves, their families, and their neighbors in the event of an emergency, a key question remains: Are individuals and families developing emergency plans of their own to help them recovery from a natural or man-made disaster?

Do you have a personal preparedness plan to help you recover from a personal or community-based crisis, emergency or disaster? Does your family have such a plan? A large percentage of people and families do not have a plan. So, *unfortunately, the answer to these questions is "no" for most Americans.

The Personal Recovery Professional and e-Interactive Workshop Complete SolutionTM software program was also designed to be flexible enough to anticipate a far wider array of emergencies that anything available in the marketplace. The five categories provide an extraordinarily comprehensive solution that allows individuals to overcome emergencies like a lost wallet, or computer or tablet crash that results in loss of account names or passwords. It is also powerful enough to provide a person or family an emergency preparedness and recovery plan for catastrophic disasters and minor emergencies

The e-Interactive Workshop guides the user to develop and document a personal or family emergency plan and teaches them how to assess risk and develop techniques to prevent, prepare, and cover from commonly occurring emergencies and natural disasters.


John Enright
John Enright