Continuity Insights has announced that there’s still plenty of time to register for the 2022 Continuity Insights Management Conference scheduled for April 25-27 in Louisville. This unparalleled networking and education event represent your final opportunity to network, learn, and exchange ideas with subject matter experts and industry thought leaders during 2022.
This year’s conference features six learning tracks and more than 55 sessions dealing with today’s most compelling resilience issues.
The six educational tracks feature case studies (including ask the experts panel discussions), program development & advancement, emerging technology, trending topics, professional development, and measurement, metrics & maturity.
More than 75 featured speakers will give business continuity professionals a chance to discuss resilience at a critical and strategic level.
Keys sessions include:
- Operational Resilience – The New Frontier
- Rebuilding for Speed in the Post-Pandemic Era
- Ensuring ROI From Your Mass Notification Solutions
- Privacy Is a Business Continuity Issue Too
- Focusing Your Executives’ New Appreciation for Business Resilience Post-COVID
- Conducting Joint BC/DR Testing With Third-Party Service Providers and What to Do if They Don’t Offer Joint Testing
- How to Set a Solid Foundation for Operational Resilience Success
- Breaking the Mold – Innovative Perspectives on Leadership
- How to Transform Your BCM Program with Digital Process Automation: Decision, Implementation, and Launch
- Delivering a Crisis Management Exercise That Challenges the C-Suite!
- Evolve! Real World Steps to Leverage Today’s Crises for Tomorrow’s Resilience
- ISO 22301 and Its Suite of Standards to Evaluate Business Continuity Program Performance
- Building the Plane While Flying It: Advancing the Enterprise Toward Organizational Resilience
- So, You’re Having a Disaster… Now What?
- Standing Up Your Business Continuity Program: The Fundamentals to Gain Trust and Add Value in 0-90 Days
- Third Party Supplier Resilience – Smart Practices to Enhance a Program
- Planning for Protests and Civil Unrest – Case Studies and Lessons Learned
- Resiliency Training for a Virtual Workplace
- Reflections on Nashville Christmas Day Bombing
- Buying Down the Risk of a Failed Ransomware Compromised Data Recovery Effort
- Managing Team Mental Health During Crisis
- Diversity and Inclusion: A Key Component of Resilience
The conference will take place at the Omni Hotel, Louisville, KY. The complete program, including speakers, sessions, panel discussions, and workshops, is available here.