Strategies for the ultimate resilient organization, a top-flight keynote dealing with the increasing looming ransomware threat, and engaging networking opportunities were all on display at the 2019 Continuity Insights New York Conference. Continuity Insights, in partnership with the Contingency Planning Exchange (CPE), concluded its 8th annual New York Conference at the
By Devin Sirmenis, Witt O’Brien’s: While volumes of information exist on the impact stress has on leadership decision-making under emergency response, conflict, war and natural disasters, much less data is available from the minds of the executives that are protecting corporate brands, standing in the marketplace and ability to serve customers.
By: Terri Howard, Senior Director, FEI Behavioral Health: Easy access to the web and its multiple social platforms gives anyone a megaphone to publicly voice their opinions on social issues. Likes, shares and retweets quickly turn single statements into viral posts, offering the opportunity to easily organize protests or large gatherings
By Polly Ligon Sullivan and Dr. Rebecca Domzalski (DSL): The threats working against today’s organizations are continually evolving, and it is nearly impossible to predict what the next threats will look like or where they will strike. Organizations must be creative in building continuity plans that keep unpredictability in mind. Flexible
With the goal of connecting and empowering women in multiple disciplines including, business continuity, crisis management, emergency management, security, disaster recovery, risk and organizational resilience, the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) has formed the Women in Resilience (WiR) group. WiR seeks to attract more women into the industry, and support, and champion
By Grace Burley, Witt O’Brien’s: We live in an age where planning for the worst is an absolute must. When it comes to communication around emergency, crisis, and continuity programs, the outcome is only as good as the employees who put it to action. That’s why communicating the program effectively to
Continuity Insights’ 2019 Continuity Cares project will take place on Saturday April 13, 2019, when our volunteers will be building bunk beds for deserving families to support the Sleep in Heavenly Peace initiative, is a non-profit organization whose mission is, “No kid sleeps on the floor in our town.” Luke Mickelson,
Continuity Insights has announced that internationally known author, technologist, and entrepreneur Pete O’Dell, will be the opening keynote for the 2019 Continuity Insights Management Conference, scheduled for April 15-17, in New Orleans. The conference will take place at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel. O’Dell is the author of Cyber 24-7: