To work on a calibrated post lock - down plan. Unlike non-traditional security threats like natural disasters, technological failures, and other disruptions, planning for a pandemic requires a different set of skills as well as certain continuity assumptions.
Beyond the curve:
The Synergia Foundation has been working on Pandemics and other asymmetric threat vectors for more than three decades. In 2008, the Foundation in collaboration with Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), US simulated a pandemic attack (avian flu) and how this would impact governments, industry and civil society. The Foundation in 2013, organized a global conference on disaster mitigation and brought together experts to discuss Chemical, Biological and Nuclear threats.