Episode-165- Threat Probability and Theat Impacts

Due to ongoing site level issues today’s show notes are brief and will have to be upgraded later. Today’s show covers two main concepts,

The Threat Probability Matrix and The Threat Impact Scale

As one decreases the other increases yet by focusing on the order of probability you can be must more effective in your planning and prepping.

Resources for Today’s Show

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8 Responses to Episode-165- Threat Probability and Theat Impacts

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  2. Modern Survival

    With the distractions today and yesterday I uploaded a .wav version just replaced it with an mp3, all should be well now.

  3. that ok sorry..

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