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It seems as if almost every day, new issues emerge to test the plans and preparedness of business continuity professionals across the world. New, perpetually evolving technology, worldwide pandemics, and a global economy all present new risks and it’s up to BC pros to prepare for them. This can be easier said than done.

The 2018 Continuity Insights New York Conference, presented in partnership with the Contingency Planning Exchange (CPE), will feature several presentations from companies representing various industries that will focus on emerging issues. Presenters will cover a wide range of topics that many BC pros will likely be faced with soon if they haven’t been working on them already.

The Conference is less than two weeks away, scheduled for October 22, 2018. It will take place at the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel in the heart of New York City, conveniently accessible from all mass transportation. This unparalleled networking and education event features more than a dozen sessions dealing with today’s most compelling resilience issues.

Key topics will focus on program development and advancement, emerging technology, trending topics, professional development, and measurement, metrics and maturity. Today’s leading subject matter experts and industry thought leaders will give business continuity professionals a chance to discuss resilience at both a critical and strategic level.

View the full 2018 Continuity Insights New York Conference program here. Continuity Insights has announced that registration will remain open through the start of the conference on October 22. Business continuity professionals can begin the registration process here.

 

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