The 16th annual Continuity Insights Management Conference will commence on Monday, April 23 at the Hilton Miami Downtown, Miami, Florida.
The conference comprises three days of comprehensive educational programming, numerous networking opportunities, including the BCI’s “Get Certified” opening night reception, a review of the latest technologies and practices, additional certification, post-conference workshops, and much more. It’s the industry’s most advanced educational event for experienced business continuity professionals.
“The Continuity Insights Management Conference has a rich tradition of showcasing the best and the brightest business continuity practitioners,” Executive Publisher and Conference Chairman Bob Nakao said. “In addition, the curriculum features the deepest, most advanced-level education program available at any industry educational event.”
The conference will feature three keynote speakers and more than 100 presenters and panelists representing the top thought leaders and subject matter experts for strategic business continuity discussion, while offering unmatched opportunities to learn from and network with those responsible for the integrity, availability, resilience, and security of their organizations.
International crisis communications expert, coach, trainer, and author Gerard Braud, CSP, Fellow IEC will kick-off the conference with “Don’t Talk to the Media Until…Being an Effective Spokesperson in Today’s Digital Age.”
Braud’s keynote session will explore why speed is critical in both event response and communications response. In this digital age, the story about your response can easily get hijacked by others, hastening the need for your organization to issue a statement to all audiences, including the media. Braud will unlock his vault of secrets to better prepare conference attendees to today’s communications realities.
Each day of the conference will give those business continuity professionals in attendance the chance to participate in essential sessions addressing critical topics that will help them stretch boundaries, form meaningful collaborations, acquire first-hand information from subject matter experts, and learn how to incorporate exciting new skills, methods, and tools into their own business continuity plans.
For the complete guide and registration, visit the conference website.