Organizations face many risks that disrupt business processes, from emergencies such as floods, fires, earthquakes etc. to new kinds of risks such as cyber crime and terrorism, computer and telecommunications failures, and other risks such as theft, employee sabotage, and labor strife. Any of these risks can be very disruptive to your business.
Organizations must understand the best practices for mitigating business risks in the 21st century. Planning, implementing, operating, and monitoring a document management system is essential to protect against, and reduce the likelihood of occurrence of disruptive incidents. These management systems must be reviewed, maintained and continually improved so that organizations are prepared for disruptive incidents and are able to respond to and recover from them when they arise. All organizations, regardless of type, size and nature of the organization must have practices in place for mitigating business risks; however, the extent of the applications of these requirements depends on the operating environment, scope and complexity of the organization.
This session with expert speaker Dr. Michael C. Redmond will help you mitigate loss of business and monies, penalties, legal liabilities, loss of reputation, customers and more by following best practices in business continuity and disaster recovery planning. This session will help you implement and refine your Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan to assist your business in increasing its recovery capabilities dramatically, allowing you to make the right decisions quickly, cut downtime and minimize financial losses.
Governments and regulators recognize the role of business continuity and disaster recovery in mitigating the effects of disruptive incidents on society and increasingly seek assurance that key players have appropriate continuity arrangements in place. Businesses are increasingly recognizing their dependence on each other and seek assurance that key suppliers and partners can continue to provide key products and services even when incidents occur.
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery are becoming increasingly more important. As devices, systems and networks become even more complex, and natural disasters become more unpredictable, there are more things that can go wrong. As a consequence, recovery plans have also become more complex. Organizations become more reliant on these plans as they grow in complexity as well. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Risk Assessments and Impact Analysis identify potential impacts that threaten an organization and provide a framework for building resilience and the capability for an effective response which safeguards the interests of its key stake holders, reputation, brand and value creating activities.
Your preparedness would give your stakeholders confidence in the efficiency of your business operations. Having Business Continuity Management (BCM) in place demonstrates a duty of care to your customers and suppliers.
Who should attend
Dr. Michael C. Redmond PhD, MBCI, FBCI, CEM, PMP, MBA, Major ( Retired US Army)
CEO and Lead Consultant for Redmond Worldwide www.redmondworldwide.com, Dr. Redmond is an International Speaker, Author, Trainer and Consultant. Dr. Michael C. Redmond helps organizations create great Mitigation and Response Programs. Her vast background includes consulting as a Sr. Manager for both Deloitte and KPMG f... More info