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Business Continuity Institute

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  • The “Good” BIA
    The “Good” BIA Kathleen Lucey FBCI Recorded: Sep 20 2017 49 mins
    This webinar will enter the current “BIA Controversy” with a description of what works….and what doesn’t.
    I learned in 1991 what makes a BIA “not work” when my team and I had to deal with a BIA report that had covered all sites of a global firm.. Key characteristics: it took over 2 years to complete and had cost nearly half a million dollars, did not provide a basis for building a plan, and much of the information was out of date. So I made a few common-sense process changes that made all the difference in going forward to complete useful plans in a reasonable time-frame.
  • Third Party Dependencies and semolina
    Third Party Dependencies and semolina Martin Caddick FBCI Recorded: Sep 20 2017 45 mins
    This session is about thinking and planning outside your own organization boundaries as well as inside.
    I will use the ‘Great semolina disaster of Yarmouth’ as a case study, looking at what you might reasonably be expected to foresee, and why sharing plans is a good thing. I will also look at some case studies that changed the focus of regulators, who have become increasingly concerned about interdependencies between organizations.
    I will then look at what needs to be done to make sure you are working in the right way with the right third parties.
  • How to Improve BC/DR Programs by Auditing
    How to Improve BC/DR Programs by Auditing Paul Kirvan FBCI Recorded: Sep 19 2017 49 mins
    This webinar discusses how to leverage auditing skills, particularly IT auditing, to improve BC and DR programs. We will discuss how to design BC/DR controls, examine and analyze them in existing BC/DR programs, and prepare work papers that summarize the audit results. One of the key components of the ISO BC and DR standards is reviewing and auditing BC management systems and DR programs to ensure they are compliant with standards and good practice. We will refer to ISO 22301:2012 and ISO 27031:2011, as well as the BCI’s Good Practice Guidelines, in the course of the presentation.
  • Why is cyber-attack not a security issue?
    Why is cyber-attack not a security issue? Saul Midler FBCI Recorded: Sep 19 2017 45 mins
    We live in a world of uncertainty. The BCI Horizon Scan Report 2017 provides clear confirmation that organisations are being disrupted and there are a range of threats that are of great concern.
    Cyber-attack is the top concern and while considerable effort goes into reducing cyber threat, an actual attack is not a security issue.
    This presentation will help you understand the difference between Business Continuity and Information Security and their role before and after an attack.
  • BCI Horizon Scan Report 2017
    BCI Horizon Scan Report 2017 Gianluca Riglietti CBCI Recorded: Sep 18 2017 25 mins
    The BCI Horizon Scan has become a vital resource to those working in the fields of business continuity, risk or resilience, and as such it is getting a greater number of respondents from a wider range of countries and industries. The 2017 Horizon Scan Report showed that once again it was cyber attack that was the number one threat, with data breaches remaining in second place and network outages third. Adverse weather moved up three places to enter the top five along with security incident.
  • Spinning Plates in a Changing Landscape
    Spinning Plates in a Changing Landscape Betty A. Kildow FBCI Recorded: Sep 15 2017 50 mins
    In recent years we have experienced ongoing changes in BCM: increasing demands from customers for a validated BC capability, new and/or increased risks such as cyber threats, the need to fully include supply chain continuity, changes in terminology, scope, technology, and planning procedures, and requirements to earn and maintain certifications for our organizations and ourselves. All this is in addition to day in/day out responsibilities. This conjures up a mental image of the performers who keep plates and bowls spinning on poles without letting any of them fall. For BC professionals this at times may even seem like preventing tumbling crockery while riding a unicycle.

    This webinar will explore current issues including the changing BC landscape, the division of responsibility for some risks such as cyber threats, and discuss the increasing importance of cooperation, collaboration and communication to avoid gaps and overlaps in efforts to develop a resilient organization.
  • 4 Schritte zur Automatisierung des Krisenreaktionsplans  (webinar in German)
    4 Schritte zur Automatisierung des Krisenreaktionsplans (webinar in German) Matthias Rosenberg and Andreas Deliandreadis Recorded: Sep 15 2017 23 mins
    Wenn eine Krise stattfindet, verwenden viele Unternehmen immer noch manuelle Prozesse als Teil ihres Reaktionsplans. Um die damit verbundenen Risiken abzuschwächen, gibt es ein paar einfache Schritte, die Sie ergreifen können um den Prozess wesentlich zu verbessern.
    In diesem Webinar werden folgende Themen behandelt:
    - Rollen und Verantwortlichkeiten
    - Unfallbewertungs-Teams
    - Aktionsplan und Status
    - Wirksame Kommunikation
  • How much is my work worth? (BCI Salary Benchmarking Report 2017)
    How much is my work worth? (BCI Salary Benchmarking Report 2017) Patrick Alcantara DBCI Recorded: Sep 14 2017 34 mins
    ‘What are salaries in business continuity and resilience like?’

    This is doubtless one of the most frequently asked questions by new entrants to the business continuity and resilience fields. Patrick Alcantara DBCI, author of the 2017 CI Salary Benchmarking Report, will answer this question and more during this webinar. This webinar will feature the results of a survey of more than 1,100 professionals worldwide.
  • Building Organisational Resilience Regardless of the Size of Your Business
    Building Organisational Resilience Regardless of the Size of Your Business Jerry Marshall FBCI Recorded: Sep 7 2017 49 mins
    In 2012 RBS suffered a major disruptive IT event impacting customers over a 17 day period. In response to this event RBS reassessed its Resilience Strategy. This session will take you through the banks resilience strategy and how we use it to manage our resilience risk exposure, what we rely upon to support our business and our customers and how we identify and manage the threats we face.
  • What does the future hold for business continuity professionals?  (BCI/PwC BCM F
    What does the future hold for business continuity professionals? (BCI/PwC BCM F Patrick Alcantara DBCI Recorded: Sep 5 2017 44 mins
    With an increasing volume of conversation taking place around the concept of ‘organizational resilience’, business continuity management professionals are taking advantage of this to expand their own remit and improve their career opportunities. What does the future hold of business continuity management professionals? How does this impact new entrants to the industry? This webinar will discuss the outcome of a survey carried out by the BCI, in collaboration with PwC, as well as a breakout session held at the 2016 BCI World Conference.

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