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Recent events have focused minds on the importance of business continuity. With the risk landscape intensifying and new risks arising all the time, business continuity, disaster recovery and cyber resilience have never been more important.
A strong business continuity program will help your organisation avoid disasters and recover from critical issues faster.
By planning for disruption, you can avoid long and devastating periods of non-activity, mitigate the damage of cyberattacks or unexpected events and ensure your organisation can keep going in the face of uncertainty.
Business Continuity will bring together industry leaders and subject matter experts to explore business continuity in the current risk landscape.
The event will feature panels and presentations to help professionals create a robust and effective business continuity program that is fit for the modern risk landscape.
Attending PrivSec Focus: Business Continuity will ensure you are up to speed with the very latest industry insight, knowledge, analysis and technologies supporting an effective business continuity program that is fit for the modern risk landscape.
Benefits of attending:
→ Take away actionable insights and best practices to deploy immediately
→ Gain instant access to a content-packed library to browse in your own time
→ Have your questions answered by leading experts from within your region
→ Discover fresh perspectives and understanding to give you competitive edge
And much more…
PrivSec Focus: Business Continuity Agenda
|BST||Wednesday 4th May 2022|
Building a Business Continuity Program From the Ground Up
In today's high-risk landscape, business continuity should be top-of-mind for every organisation. If your business is unable to operate even for a short period, or unable to recover after a period of inoperation, the consequences could be disastrous. This session will consider the best practices for building an effective business continuity programme from scratch.
Steps to Implement ISO 22301
ISO 22301 is the globally-recognised standard for business continuity. Achieving ISO 22301 certification demonstrates your organisation's ability to mitigate disruptions and quickly recover critical operations. But the journey to implementing ISO 22301 certification is long and complex. You must develop continuity and recovery plans, deliver a staff training programme, run internal audits, and more. Our panel will consider the steps you should take towards ISO 22301 implementation and provide best practice tips to help you achieve certification.
Business Continuity vs. Disaster Recovery: Why You Need a Plan For Both
Business continuity and disaster recovery are sometimes conflated, but there are important differences between these two disciplines. While effective business continuity allows an organisation to continue critical operations in the face of an incident, disaster recovery enables you to get back on your feet after disruption has occurred. This session will consider the similarities and differences between business continuity and disaster recovery, and explain why you need a disaster recovery plan as part of your business continuity programme.
Cyber Resilience: A Vital Part of Your Business Continuity Plan
With online threats becoming more serious and complex, cyber resilience has emerged as a key part of every enterprise's business continuity programme. This panel will consider the best practice for improving your organisation's cyber resilience and explore how cyber resilience fits into a wider business continuity plan.
Demonstrating the Value of Your Business Continuity Programme
With even a short period of downtime liable to create huge costs, business continuity might be the most important investment your organisation makes. But some business continuity professionals struggle to obtain sufficient resources or feel that senior management does not properly value their department's contribution to their company's mission. This session will explore how to demonstrate the value of your business continuity programme to ensure you get the funding and recognition you deserve.
Supply Chain Resilience and Business Continuity
From the COVID-19 pandemic to war in Europe, recent events have focused minds on supply chain resilience. Supply chains are vulnerable to all sorts of shocks and disruptions, causing issues for business continuity. But it is possible to mitigate these vulnerabilities for improved business continuity. Our final session will consider best practice tips for ensuring a robust and resilient supply chain.