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As it strengthens its relevancy in today’s business climate and to reflect the changing nature of the business continuity profession, the Contingency Planners of Ohio has announced its name change to Continuity Professionals of Ohio (CPO). The non-profit professional association focuses on continuity of operations, disaster recovery, information security, and resiliency, sharing its knowledge and experiences to proactively prepare for interruptions that affect its corporations, customers, and communities.

CPO has also announced that its 2017 Fall Summit will be held at Quest Conference Center in Columbus, OH on October 24, 2017. Registration for the event will open in September. Details will be posted on the CPO website –

The Fall Summit’s speaker line-up will feature recognized Crisis Management and Business Continuity industry leader Ted Brown, MBCI, CBCP, CBCV President & CEO of KETCH-Consulting. In addition, KETCHConsulting will be offering three professional courses on October 25-26 in conjunction with the Summit. The courses include: Learn to Create a Table Top Exercise – An Exercise in Business Continuity/COOP Preparedness!; Policy and Program Management; and Crisis Management with Penn State Case Study. Registration information is available at

Read the complete CPO name change announcement and learn more about the 2017 Fall Summit here.

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