CHICAGO — Though businesses can never be sure when a disaster will strike, they can and should be ready for one at all levels of their organization. Speaking at a session at the FMI Show here Monday, two supermarket security experts urged their peers to develop comprehensive continuity plans that can help their businesses deal with disasters ranging from shootings to weather-related disasters to terror strikes. “This might be the least sexy topic you hear about at this conference,” said ...

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