Steve Ross, Executive Principal for Riskmasters Inc., discusses the importance of being prepared for interruptions caused by cyber attacks and why business continuity professionals should put more effort into planning for such attacks
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,...
Blaise D'Ambrosio, Global Continuity Manager at T. Rowe Price, offers two reasons why having business continuity become a part of your organizaton's enterprise risk management program is a good idea and can make your program more effective
Brian Zawada, Director of Consulting for Avalution, discusses how to effectively user management system concepts outlined in different business continuity standards to actively engage senior management in your enterprise's continuity program.
Melissa Owings, Business Continuity Manager at Blue Cross Blue Shield, shares how she effectively communicates business continuity management information with executives. She discusses the importance of keeping reports concise and informative.
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Chris Durfee, Director of Sales and Marketing for MailGard, discusses why some items, like print and mail operations, sometimes require extra consideration during recovery and why not all recovery projects are created equal.
Lissette, Giorgi, VP Risk Manager at Wells Fargo and President of the Bay Area Chapter of the Association of Contingency Planners, discusses the importance of working with your financial institution in recovering from a business disruption.
Joe Shust has officially taken over as editor of Continuity Insights. He is looking forward to bringing his vast editorial experience to the business continuity community and producing engaging original content for high level continuity professionals.
In this video, Bruce Blythe, Chairman of Crisis Management International, shares his personal acronym "CIA" as a tool for responding to critical incidents: Core Assets, Impacted Shareholders, and Anticipation. The available remote workplace technologies are certainly worthy of consideration for potential facility outages, notes Kimberly Hirsch with Target Corporation. Be sure to hear her thoughts on next week's video.
Successful engagement with senior leaders is a three-step approach, according to Judy Analco with ERM. Judy shares her thoughts in this week’s video installment, recorded at this year’s Continuity Insights Management Conference. Next week Bruce Blythe will review his “mental algorithm” for assessing and responding to critical events.
“Integrating Simulation Cells into Your Drills and Exercises,” is the message shared in this week’s video by John Jackson, Executive Vice President, Fusion Risk Management. Be sure to watch next week’s episode where Judy Analco with ERM, discusses her passion for, “How to Communicate Complex, Technical, and Abstract Information to Your Target Audience.”
The next video in this series features Kathy Lee Patterson, Business Continuity Project Manager with Independence Blue Cross in Philadelphia. Her topic is "Engaging Senior Management Into Your Exercises." Take a quick look at this week's video!
In the first installment of this series, Mark Carroll, senior vice president of business risk, with Income Research+ Management, talks to "The Roles of the Cloud Provider and the Customer." Stay tuned for next week's episode, when we speak with Kathy Lee Patterson, business continuity project manager with Independence Blue Cross in Philadelphia on engaging senior management.
At last week's Continuity Insights Management Conference in New Orleans, during one of the general sessions, we featured a video which was originally produced and aired for our 2007 conference, two years after Hurricane Katrina. At the request of many attendees, they have asked that we post this video for additional viewing.
Doctors Without Borders' Anja Wolz talks to CNN about the effort to contain a deadly Ebola outbreak in Guinea. So far, 78 people have died, mostly in Guinea. Can the outbreak be contained before it spreads?
Towns and villages across a wide area of eastern Java (Indonesia) have been blanketed with ash. Two people have died and 200,000 have been evacuated from their homes on the main island of Java after Mount Kelud erupted. BBC News' Alice Budisatrijo reports from Jakarta.
Forecasters say that Atlanta, and much of Georgia, should expect a major ice storm. In preparation for the storm, residents have already stripped store shelves bare. ABC News reports on the latest.