The DHS and FBI warn that citizens of multiple countries must prepare for possible cyberattacks against critical infrastructure, businesses, and governments. Look at how the cybersecurity attack on Colonial Pipeline negatively impacted so many people.
Fortunately, there are many sources of helpful information about protecting your loved ones in the unlikely event a disaster strikes:
I believe the likelihood of such an event is low, and the consequences are potentially dire for people caught by surprise. Even if you aren’t going to have a year’s supply of food, flashlights, and first aid kits, isn’t it worth preparing for at least two weeks’ worth? If you want to get serious, you could read a level-headed book such as the Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness for the Family.
Encourage your workers to review some of those links because you care about them and their families. A side benefit is that, when they feel comfortable that their family will be safe, they can devote more energy to their job during these uncertain times.
Forward this to the people you care about to help them protect their loved ones too.