By Dr. Robert C. Chandler: During disasters and emergencies people are affected by the stresses and challenges of these events. These stresses can sometimes be quite traumatic. We should be attentive to the ways in which such events affect and change those who are working, living, enduring, and surviving during a
The Continuity Insights New York Conference returns to the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel on October 22, 2018, featuring an innovative network of business continuity thought leaders and resiliency practitioners. This impressive line-up of subject matter experts will be addressing critical topics that will help you stretch your boundaries, form collaborations,
The Business Continuity Institute has announced the launch of its first ever Continuity & Resilience Survey. The research will be the basis of the 2018 BCI Continuity & Resilience Report: Raising the impact of business continuity, which focuses on the interaction of professionals from different disciplines with the aim of
The Global Resilience Network and the Metropolitan Resilience Network, hosted by the International Center for Enterprise Preparedness (INTERCEP) at New York University, are presenting a Live Web Forum presenting a briefing and discussion on the current “FBI Threat Landscape.” The forum is scheduled for Tuesday, July 31 at 11:00 eastern time.
Dealing with the unexpected isn’t restricted to your organization’s physical location or satellite locations. As business continuity professionals, many of us work with business event strategists within our organizations who are responsible for planning user group meetings, facility tours, shareholder meetings, and live public relations events. In light of a potential
The Continuity Insights New York Conference has announced that registration is now open for this year’s event taking place October 22, 2018 at the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel in the heart of New York City. The full conference agenda, including speakers, sessions, plenaries, and panel discussions, is now available to
When faced with an emergency, people do not use the surge of fear and adrenaline to sharpen their decision-making skills. Instead, they fall to their level of training. And hysteria, confusion, panic, and fear are not words you want associated with your employees’ reactions to a crisis. How do you avoid
The New York City Metro ACP Chapter has announced that its July 19 meeting will include a tour of the New York and New Jersey Port Authority’s Technical Center and dual presentations by officials of the Port Authority’s Office of Emergency Management. Gerry "Jerry" McCarty, Director of Emergency Management for the