Auch heute gibt es wieder ein interessantes und abwechslungsreiches Programm im Rahmen der Business Continuity Awareness Week 2013. Diese Webinare warten heute auf Sie. Auch die bereits gelaufenen Webinare stehen Ihnen weiterhin zur Verfügung.
Vision Therapy – helping you to see more risks
Ken Simpson, Director, The VR Group Pty Ltd
When our risk vision is defective we often do little about it, too often we cry “Black Swan” – nobody could have seen that coming! There are risks we can see, and some we could see if we only looked, or had better vision.
This webinar will explore three techniques/exercises that you can use to improve and sharpen your “risk vision”.
March 21 2013 9:30 am GMT
Cyber Threats & Cyber
Brendan Byrne – Associate Partner Security & Privacy, IBM Security Services, IBM UK Ltd
The presentation looks at the challenges and trends that companies and IBM have seen in recent years in relation to Information security. The material looks at what the industry saw in 2012 and what companies need to consider in 2013. Brendan Byrne is the IBM Security Services Consulting and Systems Integration Leader for the UK and Ireland.
Brendan has been an information security professional for more than 18 years.
March 21 2013 11:00 am GMT
Standards: Can you have too much of a good thing?
Professor Edward Borodzicz, Andy Mason MBCI, Hugh Leighton MBCI and Lyndon Bird FBCI (moderator)
Are standards a good thing? Who are they for? These and other questions will be debated in a lively panel discussion where the audience will be invited to join the debate.
March 21 2013 1:00 pm GMT
Involving Customers in Business Continuity Exercises
Luc Albrecht, Strategic Programmes & Business Continuity, SWIFT, SCRL
SWIFT has implemented a resilience that addresses the expectations of its customers. Involving customer community in disaster recovery exercise is essential to demonstrate that business continuity and recovery plans from all the parties are working effectively. With this webinar, Luc shares SWIFT’s experiences in preparing and running such exercises.
March 21 2013 3:00 pm GMT
Check out the full webinar schedule here