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As business continuity professionals, it’s imperative to keep an eye on emerging threats and trends in our world. At DRJ, we use several strategies to help keep you informed and focused on what’s most important in business continuity and disaster recovery. Webinars are one way we connect with you. These short, web-based live seminars allow interactive participation in a virtual space. These real-time events give a plethora of helpful information. Some of our top webinars have included: Adapting Operational Risk Management to Your Program Active Shooter Tabletop Exercise Moving from Passive to Active Crisis Management Organizational Resiliency Through Vendor Risk…

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Bob Arnold

Bob Arnold, MBCI (Hon.), is the president of Disaster Recovery Journal.

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