Leveraging GRC for Better Business Continuity Planning

Leveraging GRC for Better Business Continuity Planning
December
15
Event type:
Online
Date:
December 15
Time
2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Time zone:
America/New_York
Location:
Online
Slide Deck:
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Business continuity planning today must create systems of prevention and recovery to deal with potential threats to a company that go beyond data recovery. In this webcast, we address the ways forward-thinking organizations leverage GRC processes and...

Business continuity planning (BCM) today must create systems of prevention and recovery to deal with potential threats to a company that go beyond data recovery. Be it physical damage from massive weather events or terrorism, financial difficulty from unexpected economic events, or data and operational disruption from cyber-attacks or technological failure, the impacts can rapidly snowball to catastrophic levels. The need to plan for business operations and services to continue uninterrupted in the face of a catastrophic event is greater than ever before. Doing so requires coordination of risk management, compliance and internal controls across the extended enterprise – the very activities that are the center of GRC capabilities.

In the webcast “Leveraging GRC for Better Business Continuity Planning,” we address the ways forward-thinking organizations leverage GRC processes and technologies to support a more mature and effective BCM capability.

Learning Objectives

Attendees will learn about:

  • Methods to identify disruptive threats to direct and critical third party business operations
  • Processes for aligning business continuity planning with risk management and compliance requirements
  • Technologies for support of BCM in an integrated architecture that ensures real time assessment of changing risks and re-evaluation of needs as business objectives and strategies shift.

Speakers

  • Willy Fill, Director, Swiss Re
  • Linda Laun, Global Chief Continuity Architect, IBM
  • Glenn Peters, Lead Solution Architect, IBM
  • Carole Switzer, Co-founder and President, OCEG

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