Many business continuity practitioners are perceiving a higher level of risk than ever before in their careers. Unfortunately, these risks are more often resulting in real incidents which require emergency response and continuity of operations. Being prepared may be the most important thing an organization can do in 2018. But what should we prepare for, and how should we prepare for it? This discussion will walk through some of the emerging threats concepts, tools, and techniques that business continuity professionals can expect to see more of in 2018.
Main points covered:
What should we prepare for in 2018?
How should we prepare?
The emerging threats, concepts, tools, and techniques expected in 2018
Emerging threats creating new risks
David Feeney, CPP, PMP has 17 years of security industry experience assisting organizations with risk management matters specific to physical, personnel, and cyber security. He has 9 years of experience with service providers and 8 years of experience within enterprise security organizations. David has worked with industry leaders in the energy, technology, healthcare, and real estate sectors. Areas of specialization include Security Operations Center design and management, Security Systems design and implementation, and Enterprise Risk Management. David holds leadership positions in ASIS International and is also a member of the InfraGard FBI program. David holds Certification Protection Professional (CPP) and Project Management Professional (PMP) certifications.
Andrea LeStarge, MS has over ten years of experience in program management, risk analysis and curriculum development. Being specialized in Homeland Security, Andrea leverages her experience in formerly managing projects to support various Federal Government entities in identifying, detecting and responding to man-made, natural and cyber incidents. She has an established track record in recognizing security gaps and corrective risk mitigation options, while effectively communicating findings to stakeholders, private sector owners and operators, and first-responder personnel within tactical, operational and strategic levels. Overall, Andrea encompasses analytical tradecraft and demonstrates consistent, repeatable and defensible methodologies pertaining to risk and the elements of threat, vulnerability and consequence.
Organizer: Nevila Muka
Date: January 17, 2018
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