The Path to Operational Resiliency – The First Steps

There is limited detail describing how to design a multidisciplinary resiliency program that addresses the lifecycle of incident management, and the recovery demands from data corruption, ransomware, infrastructure and third-party failures. During The Path to Operational Resiliency – the First Steps, a featured workshop at the Continuity Insights 2019 New York

Future Risk: The Future is Not What It Used to Be!

Are you ready for the next evolution in risk? Geopolitical shifts, technological advances, new players both good and bad. Cutting-edge developments such as Blockchain, ‘deep-fakes,’ and increasingly sophisticated hacking techniques. FinTech! RegTech! Crypto platforms! Artificial intelligence! Machine learning! Innovative terror tactics! How do we manage and mitigate tomorrow’s Risk if

Deadline Approaching: 2020 CI Management Conference Call for Speakers

Are you ready to exchange ideas, best practices, and vital information on relevant topics with your business continuity colleagues? Then there’s still time to submit your proposal to become a member of our faculty at the 18th Annual Continuity Insights Management Conference, scheduled for April 20-22, 2020 at the Hyatt

Five Staffing Options to Drive Business Continuity

By BC Management, an Avalution Consulting Company: When it comes to getting business continuity related work done and striving to achieve the right level of resilience, an organization typically has five staffing model choices to get it done: Full-Time Employees Staff Augmentation Resources (temporary staff to supplement full-time internal employees) Professional

Business Continuity and the Human Factor

Human Capital is the combination of ability, behavior, skills and tenure that people bring to an organization. Managing and developing human capital includes all people-related issues that impact a business’ strategic and operational objectives. During Business Continuity and the Human Factor – Why We Behave the Way We Do and How

Active Shooter Preparedness       

Active shooter situations seem to be in the forefront of every organization’s mind. Keeping your people safe is your number one priority in this type of crisis. You may have a plan in place, but have you tested and trained on it? Tabletop exercises are the best way to walk through

CPO Fall Summit Call for Speakers

The Continuity Professionals of Ohio (CPO) are now accepting speaking proposals for its 2019 Fall Summit to be held on October 22. The planning committee is looking to develop a program that incorporates a variety of topics directed at all different skill levels. All sessions will be presented to all Summit

Ensuring a Smarter, More Resilient Building

How confident are you that your building has been built with resiliency in mind? Eliminating single points of failure for critical business users and strengthening the resilience of your facility will minimize the time you spend responding to internal and external threats. During this featured session at the Continuity Insights 2019