10 Critical Indicators of a Sound Business Continuity Program

Is your business continuity program in good health? Does it include what many experts consider the most critical element of any business continuity program? These 10 indicators will help you make sure that your program is on track regardless of your industry or company size. 1539

CI New York Conference “Millennial Spotlight” Session – Leveraging the Me Culture to Your Advantage

Let’s shed some light on the Millennial stereotype. This highly educated and technically competent generation is our future and should be capitalized upon. In this 2017 Continuity Insights New York Conference session, Victoria Healy, a Marketing Business Analyst with BC in the Cloud, will discuss how to motivate and integrate

What Will Your New BC Program Look Like One Year Later?

How much can you expect to create, develop, and mature in your first year managing a new business continuity program? Sometimes the questions are more important than the answers. What is reasonable to promise? What do you prioritize? And how do you gain support? Follow one BC professional’s journey of

Senior Level Support, Diligence, and Planning Keys to Critical Infrastructure Cyber Security

Operational resilience and cyber security is the foundation of critical infrastructure protection. Dr. Jim Kennedy, the chief consulting officer of Cyber/Critical Infrastructure Security Services for SecuritySolutions, has outlined a process to aid critical infrastructure operations, utilizing the CIPP Risk Management Framework coupled with an effective governance model, in addressing cyber

The Next Generation of Crisis Management + Business Continuity

How will Gen X and Millennials change the BC landscape? As the power base within companies continues to change include more of these professionals, crisis management and business continuity programs will need to adapt. Our industry must find ways to communicate and implement our programs in better ways. In her presentation

The Blind Spot in Workplace Violence Prevention Programs: Part Three

Steve Crimando

By Steve Crimando, Behavioral Science Applications Bringing It Home In this final installment in our three-part series addressing violence prevention for employees working from home, we will focus on strategies and techniques that employees can use to reduce the risk of violence and ensure a safe and healthy work environment. In Part

Creating an Effective Resiliency Program

Where does crisis management end and business continuity begin? Where does BCP report? What are the critical components of an effective resiliency program? Join David Strumpf, Senior Principal of the Promontory Financial Group, as he presents “How to Create an Effective Resiliency Program” at the Continuity Insights 2017 New York Conference

FEMA Region II Shelter-in-Place Workshop Scheduled for CI New York Conference

FEMA Shelter in Place

Shelter-in-place workshops are intended to provide participants with the ability to exchange best practices and evaluate potential solutions to challenges associated with major disasters requiring shelter-in-place. The FEMA Region II Shelter-in-Place Workshop is a facilitated discussion that focuses on identifying challenges you may encounter with sheltering people in place for an

Aon Catastrophe Report Details Global Natural Disaster Loss for First Half of 2017

Global Catastrophe Recap

Impact Forecasting, Aon Benfield's catastrophe model development team, has released its Global Catastrophe Recap: First Half of 2017 report, which evaluates the impact of the natural disaster events that occurred worldwide in the first six months of the year. Global economic losses from natural disasters for 1H 2017 were estimated at