BBC Interviews Michael Miora About IMCD and Antiterrorism Protections
ContingenZ's IMCD involvement in UK antiterrorism
attracts major media coverage
Los Angeles, CA, September 25, 2003 – BBC Radio
interviewed Michael Miora, president of ContingenZ Corporation, maker of
IMCD, on his
company’s involvement in helping a UK county protect local businesses
against loss of functions in case of terrorism or disaster.
Miora explained on the interview, “We are working
with Oxford Continuity to supply the front-end software that automates
the planning process.” While Oxford Continuity is providing the
business end as required by the UK Civil Contingencies Bill,
ContingenZ’s IMCD™ software ensures that the business contingency
plans are complete, comprehensive and maintainable.
“We are gratified that our IMCD™ software has
taken a central role in helping local governments and small to mid-sized
businesses protect themselves against terrorists, hackers and natural
disasters,” says Miora. “We will continue working with both the
public and private sectors in the area of incident management and
information security so long as the need exists.
Qualified organizations may obtain an evaluation copy
of IMCD™ by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org. IMCD™ is
available for purchase at www.contingenz.com/IMCD.htm.
About ContingenZ Corporation
ContingenZ Corporation is the maker of IMCD™, the
automated tool for building a fully customized Incident Management Plan
for small to mid-sized businesses. IMCD™ incorporates the ContingenZ
methodology that transforms the old-style tedious planning process into
a modern technique that boasts a high return on investment (ROI) with
greatly improved levels of protection. More information about IMCD™ is
available at http://www.contingenz.com/IMCD.htm.
ContingenZ Corporation (http://www.contingenz.com)
also provides Incident Management, Information Security and Privacy
consulting services to Global 2000 companies to help them evaluate their
vulnerabilities and protect themselves against incidents ranging from
terrorism to hackers or natural disasters.
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