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Become a Weather Expert for your Organization and Build Resilience to Weather Threats
July 25, 2018
2:00 p.m. EDT

There are few things that scare seasoned business continuity professionals. After all, it is your job to protect your organization from a variety of threats. Extreme weather events and natural disasters are ranked in the top three threats to business operations, yet they are among the most predictable. It’s been months, but the 2017 hurricane season still looms over operational planning, as many areas impacted by major hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria are still suffering the consequences of those devastating storms. Become a weather expert by leveraging technologies and strategies to keep your operations running in the face of dangerous or severe weather.

Berryhill
Prinzivalli

Join Ken Berryhill, Director of Safety at Cedar Point Amusement Park and Resorts, and Earth Networks Meteorologist Steve Prinzivalli to learn about everything you need to know on how to manage any type of weather threat. Attendees will walk away from this webinar with strategies and best practices on building resilience to thunderstorms, hurricanes, high winds, heat, snow and ice and other types of severe weather of concern to business continuity and risk management professionals.

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Balancing Flexibility in Your BCP
Moderator: Tam Williams, KingsBridge BCP
Now Available On Demand

Trying to make your BCP practical and easy to follow, while keeping it flexible enough to respond to any scenario that threatens your business? This exciting webinar will give you the tools you need to balance flexibility in your BCP. Your business is different; you need to ensure that your practical needs are met while at the same time adhering to industry standards and best practices. And, you need to prepare for every possible threat.

Throughout this webinar you will learn how to balance these (sometimes opposing) requirements. We will give you industry proven tips and tricks for each stage of your BCP, covering everything from risk management to your BIA to plan maintenance and exercising.

Join us for Simple & Straightforward perspectives, real-world experiences, industry best practices and practical takeaways on flexibility that you can implement in your BCP.

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Emerging Trends in Mass Violence: Vehicular Terrorist Attacks

Moderator: Steve Crimando, Behavioral Science Applications
Now Available On Demand

From 2014 through April 30, 2018 there were 25 terrorist vehicle ramming attacks worldwide. These attacks have resulted in 214 deaths and 881 injuries, including those killed and injured in the most recent attack in Toronto. Such attacks have dramatically increased in their frequency over the past three years. They have become the tactic of choice for Homegrown Violent Extremists (HVEs) who have increasingly employed vehicle ramming as a low-cost, low-tech weapon of mass destruction. The ease of execution combined with the difficulty in detecting or deterring such attacks has made this terrorist tactic a particularly challenging problem for the law enforcement and intelligence community.

Presentation Highlights:

  • Defining and understanding the scope of the problem
  • Trends, patterns and case examples
  • The vehicular attack “playbook”
  • Attacker motivations and pre-incident behaviors
  • Strategies for safety and survival

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Superhero: Assessment and Development for Crisis Management Leadership

Dr. Robert ChandlerModerator: Robert Chandler, Ph.D., Lipscomb University
Now Available On Demand

This webinar focuses on Super Leadership know-how, skills and abilities, appropriate for those who currently lead, plan to lead or who want to be prepared to lead when called upon to do so during critical situations. Are you ready to be a Superhero Leader? Join us for this assessment and development webinar and build your leadership skills.

Leadership is the most influential and critical element of successfully managing a contingency or crisis. Effective leaders have the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities to inspire and impact others. Super Leaders are defined by their abilities and actions, not their titles or positions. A Super Leader understands the core mission and objectives, as well as the situation contingency actions plans and goals of effective crisis management. In addition, a good leader has the skills that enable them to perform at high levels of effectiveness.

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