Howard Mannella of Alternative Resiliency Services Corp discusses the five key messages business continuity practitioners should communicate to executive management, including how business continuity and insurance are different and why having a business continuity program is important
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,...
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.
Howard Price, Director of Business Continuity at ABC Television, gave the keynote presentation at Continuity Insights New York 2014 on Wednesday, Oct. 8. He discussed management metrics and the importance of keeping your BC plan simple. This is part two of his presentation.
Howard Price, Director of Business Continuity at ABC Television, gave the keynote presentation at Continuity Insights New York 2014 on Wednesday, Oct. 8. He discussed management metrics and the importance of keeping your BC plan simple. This is part one of his presentation.
Joe Daniels, President and CEO of the National September 11 Memorial Museum, delivered the keynote presentation at Continuity Insights New York on Tuesday, Oct. 7 at the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel. Here is just a small excerpt from his talk.
This gallery features photos from Continuity Insights New York 2014, which was held at the Wyndham New Yorker hotel on Oct. 7-8. The gallery features photos of attendees, speakers, sponsors and our keynote presenters. Continuity Insights would like to thank all those who attended.
Lyndon Byrd, Technical Director of the Business Continuity Institute, discusses the importance to top level commitment and gaining the support of executives and management. He says business continuity programs that get executives on board are often the most successful.
Continuity Insights Editor Joe Shust explains why the you should attend the upcoming Continuity Insights New York 2014 conference Oct. 7-8 at the Windham New Yorker. Registration for the conference is still open at www.cieast.com.
Michelle Lowther, Principal of Continuity Housing, discusses the importance of providing critical personnel a place to stay during a crisis and why it is an important aspect of effectively implementing a business continuity plan.
Sundari Antinarella, Director of Business Resilience at ADP, discusses how her company handles disruptions, both internally and externally, and why it is important to partner with vendors and clients for the company to achieve resiliency.
Annie Searle, Principal at ASA Risk Consultants, discusses how Business Impact Analysis can and should be used as a basis of a strong operational risk program because it helps businesses understand what the critical processes and why they are so important.
Suzanne Bernier of SB Crisis Consulting discusses how social media has become an important and effective vehicle to share critical information. As a complement to traditional media, many organizations and first responders have embraced social media for timely crisis communication.