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Protect Your Company’s Future by Starting a BCDR Plan

Colin’s unique and significant assets of knowledge and experience in the importance of Disaster and Business Continuity Management were gained in over 30 years of business. Combined with 26 years as a fire officer commanding a busy fire station in England, where he managed disasters on almost a dail
Colin’s unique and significant assets of knowledge and experience in the importance of Disaster and Business Continuity Management were gained in over 30 years of business. Combined with 26 years as a fire officer commanding a busy fire station in England, where he managed disasters on almost a daily basis until his retirement from this role in 2006. Following the completion of his MBA in 2001 Colin became the Chief Risk & Continuity Manager with global responsibility at Nokia. During his time in this business critical role he introduced and established many of the BCM processes and procedures essential to a global business with one of the most recognised brands in the world. This knowledge and experience has enabled him to become a leading practioner of Business Resilience. A Member of the Business Continuity Institute and qualified Lead Auditor for ISO9001 & BS25999 he is an ‘in demand’ presenter at many European and USA Business Continuity and Business Resilience Conferences. He was a contributing author to the BCI Good Practice Guide for Business Continuity Planning and is a published author in his own right.
Recorded May 27 2010 43 mins
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Colin Ive, Principal Consultant, CoDRIM, Board Member, British Standards Institute
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  • Title: Protect Your Company’s Future by Starting a BCDR Plan
  • Live at: May 27 2010 10:00 am
  • Presented by: Colin Ive, Principal Consultant, CoDRIM, Board Member, British Standards Institute
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