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CONVERGENCE OF DISCIPLINES – Planning for the loss of People, Facilities, Systems and/or Infrastructure


Wed, Mar 11, 2020 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT


How do you bring it all together?

Companies/Agencies are evolving exponentially in terms of products, customers, customer markets and staff as well as expanding in terms of responsibility centers (Private or Public enterprises). Currently, many divisions or departments within have mechanisms in place for day-to-day continuity of operations response; however, these efforts range drastically in both completeness and effectiveness. There needs to be an overarching strategy and cross-functional governance to manage investments and projects that are currently implemented in isolation across departments related to Emergency Management (EM), Business Continuity (BC), Information Technology Disaster Recovery (IT-DR) and Vendor Management. If there isn’t a convergence, the impacted entity may experience detrimental and costly downstream effects that have system-wide impact and unintended consequences in other parts of the operations. Convergence will provide a mechanism to plan for the loss of People, Facilities, Systems and/or Infrastructure both internally and externally – How do you bring it all together?

This webinar will take you on a journey to learn how to bring all of the pieces together for a comprehensive programmatic end state. OBJECTIVES: 1. Governance – Harness the power of alignment and integration 2. Life Cycle of an Incident 3. Enterprise Integration 4. What is an Incident? 5. Four Legs of the Stool 6. Hazard Vulnerability Assessment (HVA) 7. Critical Processes 8. Information Technology Disaster Recovery 9. Vendor Management and Evaluation 10. Required Resources 11. Backup Locations 12. Downtime Procedures and Grab and Go Kits 13. Training & Exercises

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