Ken Simpson, Principal Consultant for the VR Group, discusses emerging issues and what skills he thinks business continuity professionals need to focus on to improve programs and work more effectively with those in other important industries.
John Jackson, Executive Vice President of Fusion Risk Management, discusses public/private...
Kurt Spangler, Senior Vice President of Continuity Logic, discusses the importance of working...
Chris Wright, Senior Manager of Worldwide Business Continuity and Crisis Management at Amgen,...
Suzanne Bernier, President of SB Crisis Consulting, discusses the ongoing potential for pandemics, epidemics and outbreaks. She talks about why planning for these things is important and relevant to business continuity professionals everywhere.
Mike Janko, Director of Global Business Continuity for Goodyear, discusses internal benchmarking and best practices, including relevant metrics and strategies for gaining support and building a stronger business continuity program at your organization.
Pete O'Dell, Founder of Swan Island Networks, discusses how companies can continue to operate after a data breach and why it is critical for continuity and eventual recovery from cyber attacks. This is the second in a two part series of videos.
Pete O'Dell, Founder of Swan Island Networks, discusses the potential for cyber attacks, why companies often fall victim to those attacks and what they can do to detect and prevent them. This will be the first in a two part series of videos.
Lynnda Nelson, President of The International Consortium for Organizational Resilience (The ICOR) discusses operational resilience and how BC professionals can use ISO and other standards to achieve high levels of continuity in their organizations.
Monika Stoeffl, Risk Intelligence Consultant at CR Solutions, discusses the impact social engineering has on cyber attacks as well as other risks it poses to organizations. She also discusses why it is important to be aware of social engineering as it relates to physical risks.
Mark Armour, Global Director of Business Continuity for Brinks, Inc., discusses where he thinks the business continuity industry is headed. He also discusses why it is important to have a wide range of opinions from people with different backgrounds when building a program.
David Lindstedt of Readiness Analytics continues his discussion on metrics, including how they can be used to gain executive support. He also discusses how metrics can cause business continuity professionals to look at the industry in a new light.
David Lindstedt, Founder of Readiness Analytics, discusses metrics, their importance to business continuity professionals and how they can be used to answer the question "is it working?" This will be part one of a two part video, check back next week for more.
The 2015 Continuity Insights Management Conference took place April 20-22 at the Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, Ariz. The program included 70 speakers with expertise in a wide range of business continuity topics. Here are some photos from the event.
Fred Bowne, Managing Principal at Aristata and and Director of the Resilient Technology Collaborative, discusses the goals of the RTC and how they hope to help business continuity professionals solve shared tech challenges from across the industry.
Tim Mathews, Executive Director of Enterprise Resiliency for Educational Testing Service, discusses the impact the cloud could have on your BC/DR program, the risks it brings and why having an exit strategy in case data needs to be moved again is critical.
Steve Crimando, Principal in Behavioral Science Applications, discusses three types of basic reactions to disasters, the challenges those reactions present and why it is critical for business continuity professionals to prepare for them in the workplace.
Gerry Nolan, President and CEO of Eagle Rock Alliance, discusses use of remote solutions during recent disasters, why those solutions have been effective and why business continuity professionals need to make using these solutions a primary focus.
Jeff Reinke and Bridget Bergin of Manufacturing.net discuss cyber attacks and how an overwhelming number of those attacks start internally. Topics covered include fog computing, security within a network’s infrastructure, and the open source nature of IoT.