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Continuity Insights Management Conference

Measurement is essential to the effectiveness of any risk management program, and business continuity management is no exception. Unfortunately, measuring activities we routinely perform can sometimes be an unreliable way to determine how well risk is being mitigated.

How can we identify Key Risk Indicators (KRIs) that accurately tell the story of business resilience in the face of increasingly uncertain threats we face?

In Risky Indicators – Identifying Key Risk Indicators That Accurately Communicate Overall Preparedness, new webinar from Continuity Insights scheduled for September 12, 2019, presenter Michael Keating, Vice President of Business Continuity Management for RGA Reinsurance Company, will cover how one company looked to identify and report on KRIs that were both simple enough that a Board member could understand them and meaningful enough to communicate a complex picture of overall preparedness.

The webinar will begin at 2:00 p.m. and will allow time for audience participation and Q&A. Register for Risky Indicators – Identifying Key Risk Indicators That Accurately Communicate Overall Preparedness here.

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