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There is limited detail describing how to design a multidisciplinary resiliency program that addresses the lifecycle of incident management, and the recovery demands from data corruption, ransomware, infrastructure and third-party failures.

During The Path to Operational Resiliency – the First Steps, a featured workshop at the Continuity Insights 2019 New York Conference, attendees are invited to join Megan Epperson and Doug Weldon of IHS Markit as they discuss the critical enhancements to the Business Impact Analysis (BIA) and Risk Assessment (RA) across the various risk disciplines; supporting fundamental business intelligence and requirement contributions from Information Security, Physical Security, Incident Management, Risk Management, Operational Risk, and related disciplines.

The session will showcase practical ideas and provide examples of how to launch your organization into the next generation of resiliency planning by “breaking down the silos.”

The Path to Operational Resiliency – the First Steps is just one of 16 educational, leadership-based sessions scheduled for the Continuity Insights 2019 New York Conference, 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 obtain registration information here.

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