I just finished 4 weeks in my new job. It's been a learning experience for me. In addition to security, I own our business continuity program. Mike Tyson famously said "Everyone has a plan until they punched in the mouth." I suspect most organizations can relate to that idea in the wake of COVID. I (and the rest of the world) will be very glad when this is over. But, I am not even sure I know what "over" means any more.
We have all been "punched in the mouth" (but please don't touch your face) and I hope your new gig works out, especially considering the moment in time that you inherited these duties. Bon Chance.
"A black belt only covers two inches of your ass. You have to cover the rest."
@jerry There is no over because it's a beginning. The best we can say is "Once a vaccine is available..."
@c0debabe technically, I think it's SARS-NCOV2 that is driving the pandemic causing COVID-19, but there is no other common reference to "covid" in common use and I'm laaaazy :)
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