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  • Automating ISO 22301 Global BCMS Standard
    Automating ISO 22301 Global BCMS Standard
    ISO 22301 details a quality, globally accepted, auditable BCMS standard. Like all ISO's, it results from expert work and is blessed by 160+ countries. Organizations can benefit from global acceptance, good practices, and management experience.

    This webinar covers the overall need for automation to support ISO 22301, with an exploration of six major program management areas where software can be exceptionally helpful for the new standard, as follows:
    • BIA and RA analysis (8.2.2, 8.2.3)
    • Resources and planning (8.3.2, 8.4.4)
    • Testing and exercise management (8.5)
    • Crisis mgt/comms (8.4.2, 8.4.3)
    • Audit reporting (9.2)
    • Corrective actions (10.1)
  • ISO 22313 - A briefing on ISO 22313.
    ISO 22313 - A briefing on ISO 22313.
    Mr. Tim McGarr Recorded: Jan 15 2013 39 mins
    A briefing on the new ISO 22313 business continuity management guidance standard. Includes a longer than usual Q and A session.

    Tim McGarr has been the Sector Content Manager for business continuity and risk management for the British Standards Institution since 2009. Tim has responsibility for the progression of business continuity and risk management national and international standards (ISO 22301, ISO 31000, etc) and related BSI products. Prior to BSI, Tim spent five years at the legal publisher LexisNexis working in the strategy and acquisitions department setting the future direction of the organization. Before this, Tim worked as a management consultant with Logica and an internal consultant for BT. Tim has an MBA from HEC in Paris and a degree in Management from Manchester University.
  • Business continuity planning in a small / medium sized business
    Business continuity planning in a small / medium sized business
    Mr. John Robinson - FBCI MSc C.Eng Recorded: Nov 27 2012 64 mins
    Webinar Description - Smaller businesses bring their own business continuity challenges. This webinar explores these and provides some ideas for quick-wins.

    Speaker Bio - John is a business continuity professional with over 20 years’ continuity-related consultancy and software experience. He has provided continuity expertise to organisations worldwide, delivering ICT and business solutions to the public, private and voluntary sectors. He created and delivered the Resilience Benchmarking Project on behalf of the UK Tripartite Authorities, measuring BCM competency across the top 80 banks and financial institutions using the INONI platform; in recognition of this, he received the industry’s Lifetime Achievement Award. Previous roles include Head of Consulting and R&D Director of NeverFail Group plc, Head of Consulting at Safetynet plc and Managing Consultant for PA Consulting Group, with prior work for ITT, STC and ICL. He holds an MSc from Birmingham University in Electronic and Electrical Systems and a BSc from the University of Aston-in-Birmingham in Integrated Sciences and Systems. He is also a Fellow of the Business Continuity Institute (FBCI).
  • Putting ‘management’ into BCM
    Putting ‘management’ into BCM
    Mr. Ken Simpson - MBA, MBCI, CORP Recorded: Nov 13 2012 62 mins
    Description of Webinar Topic - Areas of focus are suggested where the business continuity manager could implement changes in their approach and better identify the needs that executives have of the BCM program.

    Speaker BIo - Ken Simpson is an independent management consultant, based in Australia, who has worked in and around the field of Business Continuity for over 20 years. His multiple careers have spanned public and private sectors, IT (where he held roles as a CIO and CTO), leading internal BCM functions, hands-on experience recovering from a major disaster and 15 years working in his own boutique consulting firm where he has gained extensive experience designing and delivering Executive-level Crisis Simulation exercises. This diverse experience enables him to bring a unique perspective to the subject of BCM. Ken holds a Masters in Business Administration, is a Member of the Business Continuity Institute and a Certified Organizational Resilience Professional (ICOR). He is also a member of the BCI Partnership group that developed a number of papers on the disciplines that support resilience and an active blogger on these issues.

    Time Zones - Please note that Ken will be delivering from Canberra, Australia at 10pm local time (which is 6am EST in New York city and 11am London, UK).
  • The What, How, Why, and Where's of BCM Certification
    The What, How, Why, and Where's of BCM Certification
    John DiMaria (HISP, AMBCI, Six Sigma Black Belt), Product Marketing Manager, BSI Group America Inc. Recorded: Sep 18 2012 64 mins
    This webinar will provide an Introduction and overview of ISO 22301. Topics also include:

    · Status on global adoption rates
    · Status of BS25999 and other standards, in the US
    · How does ISO 22301 fit within the PS-Prep Program?
    · Transitioning to ISO 22301
    · The value of this certification.

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