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Six Keys to Keeping Your Program Under Control

Every day, new risks and threats arise that can disrupt business operations. From increasingly unpredictable weather to cyber threats and supply chain outages, today’s business continuity and risk management programs need to more resilient than ever.

Information is key to combating these risks and threats. Six Keys to Keeping Your Program Under Control, a new webinar from Continuity Insights, scheduled for Tuesday, May 21, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. ET, will take all of this into consideration.

During the webinar, Kim Hirsch, Senior Advisory Consultant with Fusion Risk Management, will give you six key ways for you to maintain control over your program. These tips will not only improve your confidence, but they will also strengthen the trust your organization has in your program’s ability to respond to disruptions and proactively mitigate them.

Now is the time to take control of your program, battling new risks and threats as they arise? Tune in and get ready to battle new risks and threats as they arise on May 21, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. ET. Register today for Six Keys to Keeping Your Program Under Control. Register here.

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