SEPTEMBER 11 Contingency and Business Continuity PROVISIONs YOU MUST INCLUDE IN YOUR ENTERPRISE PROTECTION AND CONTINUITY PLAN - CS-12 NEW
Attend this timely seminar to ensure that your organizations
contingency, and business continuity plans add ress the
ress thenew global threats of terrorism in the aftermath of September 11 and recent infrastructure attacks.
Venue/Dates: - Washington, DC: May 15, 2002 - Boston: July 24, 2002
The recent events of September 11 have surfaced many critical issues that need to be incorporated in your enterprise protection and business continuity plans. The new terrorism, cyber terrorism, infrastructure attacks and collateral damage that can deeply impact organizations have substantially rendered your plans obsolete. New out-of-the box thinking is needed with a global view.
CEOs, line management, IT, security and business continuity professionals in government and the private sector should be fearful that current contingency and business continuity plans are not adequate to cope with the new global terrorism, cyber terrorism and infrastructure attack threats. Recent surveys taken after the September 11 disaster confirm these fears.
The Office of Homeland Security recently issued a directive for government organizations to ensure that their emergency preparedness and contingency plans are adequate to protect people, assets and business continuity. Due diligence demands that your organizations protection and continuity plan be upgraded as soon as possible. This timely seminar provides you with detailed guidelines to upgrade your protection plan.
WHO NEEDS TO ATTEND
· Executives and CEOs responsible for enterprise protection and continuity
· Contingency planners, risk managers, quality assurance professionals and anyone responsible for ensuring that business continuity plans a) exist, and b) are adequate and current
· Chief Information officers (CIOs), business managers who must develop their own business units contingency plans or review the adequacy of contingency plans furnished by others
· Information security officers and corporate contingency plan coordinators who oversee the adequacy of corporate and divisional plans or review the adequacy of contingency plans prepared by users groups
· Inspectors from OIG Offices and examiners in government circles
· Internal, external, and information technology auditors in profit and non-profit organizations
YOU WILL LEARN:
· The new global sources of threats and their impact
· To identify controllable from non-controllable threats
· Deficiencies in present enterprise protection and continuity plans surfaced by the September 11 disasters
· Key strategies to enhance your organizations preparedness, business continuity and loss mitigation provisions
· How to prepare a comprehensive Plan of Action to ensure that your enterprise upgrades its plans to integrate protection and business continuity provisions
1. EVENTS OF SEPTEMBER 11 POINT TO THE NEED FOR NEW MASSIVE ENTERPRISE AND PEOPLE PROTECTION PROVISIONS New Threats and vulnerabilities
2. KEY LESSONS FROM THE RECENT TERRORIST ATTACKS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS
3. NEW STRATEGIES TO CONSIDER TO PROTECT MASSIVE LOSS OF PERSONNEL, DATA AND ASSETS AND ENTERPRISE SURVIVAL
4. MAJOR SOURCES OF FAILURE IN THE CONTEXT OF NEW GLOBAL THREATS AND TERRORISM ATTACks
(Terrorism, Cyber Terrorism, Infrastructure Attacks, Third-Party Dependencies, Critical Infrastructure and Supply, collateral damage, etc.)
5. NEED FOR A COMPREHENSIVE PLAN OF ACTION TO INCORPORATE NEW PROTECTION AND BUSINESS CONTINUITY PROVISIONS
6. ILLUSTRATION OF AN AGGREGATE PLAN OF ACTION
7. WORKSHOP DISCUSSIONS ON AREAS OF PARTICIPANTS INTEREST
This course is led by Jay Kuong, Executive Director of Contingency Planning & Recovery Institute (CPR-I) and principal of Management Advisory Services & Publications. Jay has over 25 years of worldwide experience in all aspects of corporate planning, information systems, security, contingency planning, auditing and risk management activities. He has lectured all over the world on security, audit and business continuity. He is the author of over 20 books and manuals on these subjects.
COURSE FEE: $595 Includes course materials and refreshments.
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__Boston: March 1, 2002 ____New York: April 10, 2002 ___Washington, DC: May 15, 2002