The next natural disaster, IT glitch or terrorist attack could disrupt your business. Just how long could your company survive?
Predictions of a pandemic, devastation from recent hurricanes and tornadoes, employee fraud, computer viruses—no business can afford to discount the potential impact of such unforeseen events. Having an enterprise-wide Business Continuity Plan could mean the difference between recovering from a disruption of business operations and losing the business.
Whether you are part of the leadership team of a small to medium-sized company or senior management of a large corporation—you need to prepare for the next business crisis. And preparation is not just about surviving an IT outage but protecting business facilities, equipment, services, transportation, people, finances and more. A comprehensive continuity plan can put you in control when the next unexpected event threatens your business.
Business Continuity is designed especially for the key decision-makers on the upper management team—and those who will be involved in securing operations in the face of disaster. Bring your team to begin the dialogue and learn the techniques needed to build an effective business continuity plan and long-term continuity process.
Recognized business continuity experts will lead you through this high-impact day, including: Barry Cardoza, VP/Manager of Business Continuity, Contingency Planning & Disaster Recovery for Union Bank of California, N.A. (UBOC); Rhonda E. Jones, Co-Founder of Enterprise Security and Availability; and Eugene Tucker, CPP, CFE, CBCP, of Praetorian Protective Services
Participants will leave with the basics of developing a business continuity plan, including steps to conduct a business impact analysis that measures the potential impact of disruption on critical operations, plus customizable templates to create the plan in the conference textbook: “Building A Business Impact Analysis (BIA) Process—A Hands-on Blueprint.” Learn strategies for identifying and assessing your vulnerabilities, building the enterprise-wide plan, avoiding the problems and pitfalls of other companies and how to get buy-in from key stakeholders.
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CEOs, VPs of operational areas, VPs of Corporate Risk, CFOs, corporate attorneys, business owners, board members, emergency management professionals, HR directors, IT directors and any team member responsible for keeping the business operational during and after a crisis.
Last updated January 24, 2018