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How to upgrade your Contingency and Business Continuity Plan to Cope with New Global and Other Threats

Instructor: Javier Kuong
Product ID: 700265
  • Duration: 60 Min

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This risk management training examines the significant changes that have taken place in the global and business threat landscape. It points out the inherent weaknesses that prevail in current contingency plans and lists action steps to take to upgrade them.

Why Should You Attend:
Your present contingency and business continuity plans were conceived under different circumstances and for common threats, such as fire water and earthquake damage. The massive destructive events such as September 11, Katrina, the BP Oil spills, new global threats and other ongoing changes in the business model, introduction of new technologies, etc., raise many new and serious issues that companies did not consider as recently as five years ago. There is dire need for your company to re-examine the capabilities of your present contingency plans and invest time to identify weaknesses in your current plans to be able to respond to today’s modern threats and their varied impacts.

This unique webinar examines the significant changes that have taken place in the global and business threat landscape. It points out the inherent weaknesses that prevail in current contingency plans. It discusses the strategies provide practical knowledge on what you should consider when developing and implementing encompassing Contingency and Business Continuity plans and when reviewing and upgrading your present CPBC plans to make them responsive to changes in the local and global threat landscape and to upgrade these plans to include provisions to address the perennial changes in the business and technology models. A well-known expression is “The next worse thing to a disaster is to have an outmoded contingency plan”.

Areas Covered in the Seminar:
  • How to understand your present contingency plan is outdated and unable to respond to today’s different threat environment, new dangers and new technological environments.
  • Discussion on present weaknesses in companies’ contingency and business continuity plans.
  • Overview of New and massive impacts from new types of disasters that were not considered in the past.
    • Massive loss of personnel.
    • Worker outage.
    • Obliteration of facilities in highly concentrated areas
    • Vulnerability to major single points of failure for critical business processes
    • Lack of control over “externalized aspects of business operations”
    • Threats from third party strategic partners and access given to outsiders
    • Loss of patrimonial knowledge
    • Exposures from a major ambulant and mobile workforce, etc
  • Strategies to consider in upgrading your contingency and business continuity plans.
  • The importance of planning at the aggregate company-wide level.
  • How to Integrate of risk management, security and contingency planning issues for effective solutions.
Who Will Benefit:
  • How to Integrate of risk management, security and contingency planning issues for effective solutions
  • CEOs, CFOs, and line senior executives responsible for company operations continuity
  • CIOs, CTOs, IT professionals, quality assurance specialists
  • CFOs, Controllers and Accounting professionals
  • Chief Risk Management Officer (CROs), and CSOs, Personnel safety Officers, Insurance Managers
  • Legal Counsel, Human Resources and Public and Community Relations
  • Internal, External and IT System Auditors
  • Any line manager or employee responsible for protecting company continuity and assets
  • Consultants on business continuity

Instructor Profile
Jay Kuong has over 25 years of management, consulting lecturing and development experience in the Corporate Governance, IT Compliance, Internal Controls, Risk Management, IT Auditing and Business Continuity fields as an executive, international consultant, lecturer and author of over 40 books and manuals on these topics.

He has held positions as a CIO and Systems manager for industrial companies and as senior consulting manager for a major CPA firm. He is the founder of Management Advisory Services & Publications (MASP) that specializes in governance, compliance, auditing and internal control. He has authored six books on Contingency planning and business continuity including a manual on the processoriented approach to business continuity. He is the also the editor of Contingency Planning & Recovery Journal published since 1987 and lectures internationally on his fields of expertise.

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The presenter did a marvelous job of keeping my interest and answering questions concisely.
- Anonymous

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