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Exercising your plans is an integral part of an organization’s resiliency strategy. You may know why you need to exercise your plans, but knowing how to plan and prepare all the documents for a Business Continuity exercise is fundamental to its success. Gartner says that the prep work for an exercise is approximately 60% of an exercise – so what are you prepping?

Join industry thought leaders, subject matter experts, and your peers at 2018 Continuity Insights New York Conference as Monica Goldstein, CEO of RecoveryPlanner, presents Preparing to Prepare – Documenting Your Exercise. During the presentation she will review designing exercise documentation for use pre, post, and during a Table-top exercise. Attendees will be provided with a handout that gives guidance on exercise documentation and the opportunity to apply the guidance to their own exercise.

Preparing to Prepare – Documenting Your Exercise is one of a dozen topics that will be addressed at the 2018 Continuity Insights New York Conference on October 22 at the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel in the heart of New York City.

Registration for this year’s conference is now open. View the complete 2018 agenda here.

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