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.
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.
Sep 18 2012
64 mins
The What, How, Why, and Where's of BCM Certification
ISO 22301 BS25999 PS Prep
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  • The What, How, Why, and Where's of BCM Certification 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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