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 New York Conference, Robert Fucito, Vice President, Enterprise Business & Technology Resiliency at Fannie Mae, will discuss “Ensuring a Smarter, More Resilient Building.” This presentation, from truly a practitioner’s perspective, will highlight a discussion about our most common disruption – Power – and focus on those critical elements such as emergency generators, Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) configurations to Computer Room HVAC, and network connections to the desktop.
Let’s eliminate poor design and not overlook opportunities to improve.
Fucito is currently the Head of Enterprise Business and Technology Resiliency at Fannie Mae, Washington DC, a position he assumed in August 2017. Prior to this assignment, Fucito served as the Executive Director, Global Head of Resiliency – Treasury and Securities Services for J.P. Morgan and at JPMChase. In these roles he integrated diverse teams to create a new CIB Resiliency Team, migrated to a common planning tool, assessed new organization procedures and planning, instituted quality program to improve content, consistency and sustainability. He established many new “best practices” for the team and initiated risk assessments, awareness programs and strategic initiatives as part of a three-year vision. Fucito has held previous executive positions at UBS, Alliance Bernstein, BNP Paribas, and MHT/Chemical/Chase.
The Continuity Insights 2019 New York Conference is taking place on October 21 at the Credit Suisse Conference Center located at 11 Madison Avenue in New York City.
View the official Continuity Insights 2019 New York Conference program and registration information here.