Real Risk Management For the Electrical Grid: Competent Risk Management Based on Authoritative Threat Assessments

Real Risk Management For the Electrical Grid: Competent Risk Management Based on Authoritative Threat Assessments

by Jim LeBlanc

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Overview

This monograph was created with the explicit intent of providing guidance to the individual or family on surviving without electricity for a very long period of time (i.e., "Living off the Grid"). It is not meant as a "how to do" as much as it is a "what to do before."

Another purpose for this manual is to underscore the need for policymakers at the local, state, and federal level to SECURE the electric grid. Therefore, part of the personal survival plan should include working to impel our leaders to take essential actions to secure our grid.

Those "survivalists" and "preppers" who have given up on their leaders in Washington and in their particular states must remember that the founders of this nation didn't retreat from problems - they faced them head on. One of the most important aspects of "what to do before" is to work to SECURE THE GRID. You can learn more about this effort at www.securethegrid.com.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781533122377
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 05/05/2016
Series: Real Risk Management Series , #1
Pages: 64
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.15(d)

About the Author

Jim LeBlanc is Vice President of the New Orleans Chapter of the InfraGard Louisiana Members Alliance, an information sharing alliance between the FBI and the private sector, and owns Contingency Planning Consultants, LLC. He has an undergraduate degree from the University of New Orleans and a Master's in Business Administration from Pepperdine University. He served as the Chief Financial Officer for a chemical company for 23 years and also served as a Reserve Deputy for his local sheriff's office for 8 years.

He is part of a growing trend of national security practitioners outside the U.S. government and electrical utility industry who are taking action to help their own communities based on our nation's best threat assessments. His expertise and experience in this field provide the opportunity for this monograph to outline, in detail, effective planning measures we can exercise to prepare ourselves and our families for life without power.

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