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Michael Ray
This will be an overview of the use of business continuity plans vs. an incident command structure with in a multi-platform company. During this session we will look at both the current role for business continuity plans as the building blocks, which helps develop a strong incident command structure. We need to start looking at the fact; the design of business continuity is a bit old school for the modern company, when the need for true response is now in the minutes and seconds instead hours. The ability to use a business continuity model becomes less effective. Although it does…
2019-nCoV UPDATE: How are you Handling Company Travel?
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The Evolving Challenge of Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity has evolved greatly over the last 20 years and, in fact, nothing about it is the same as when...
Integrating Cybersecurity into the Incident Command System in an Evolving Emergency Environment
The American threat landscape is changing with the emergence of the cyber threats in the form of malicious software or...
Disaster Preparedness: 5 Key Components to Effective Emergency Management
  Natural disasters cause nearly 500 deaths annually in the United States. Unfortunately, healthcare facilities in the U.S. continue to...