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Continuity Insights Management Conference

New, perpetually evolving technology, cyberattacks, natural disasters, pandemics, and a global economy all present new risks. Every day, new issues emerge to test the plans and preparedness of business continuity professionals across the world. Join us April 25-27, 2022 in Louisville, KY for the Continuity Insights Management Conference as we address these topics and more.

The 2022 Continuity Insights Management Conference will feature several presentations from companies representing various industries that will focus on these 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 following session will cover just a few of these key issues.

Rebuilding for Speed in the Post-Pandemic Era
Lynnda Nelson, ICOR
As a result of the global pandemic, organizations have removed boundaries and have broken down silos in ways no one thought possible. Decisions and processes have been streamlined, front-line leaders have been empowered, and hierarchies and bureaucracies dismantled. It is vital that everyone understands why we can’t “return to normal,” but need to create a new normal that results in rethinking ways of working, re-imagining structure, and reshaping talent.

During this session, attendees will gain an understanding of how agility and adaptive capacity impacts decision-making before, during, and after a crisis; strategies for building a more resilient organization; and the importance of learning from the remote working experience and how hybrid working will impact both the worker and the workplace.

Will We Need Business Continuity in an AI World?
James Green
In the box office hit movie Minority Report, facial recognition software that bombarded Tom Cruise with targeted personal advertisements seemed futuristic. Less than 20 years later not only is it our reality, but people aren’t even surprised by it anymore. As Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning continue to become more sophisticated, organizations will rely on automated decision making not just when mitigating online and digital risks, but when responding to incidents. Will those decisions be the right ones? What happens if they’re not? Will a company be held liable if a machine makes “poor” decisions during a disaster? In this session we will look at if Business Continuity programs will be needed in an AI future, and if so, what they will look like.

How GDPR and CCPA May Impact Your BCM Program
Joe Layman, Bright Horizons, and Susan Zielan, Core Logic
Do you know what consumer and employment information is stored in your company databases? Do you know that data privacy requirements will soon be part of your BCM program? Did you know your company can be heavily fined for non-compliance to privacy regulations? This session will dive into all of these issues and more, offering more than a glimpse of how GDPE and CCPA could impact your program.

Check out full educational program for the 2022 Continuity Insights Management Conference here.

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