May 29, 2012: Resilience - It's a Practical State of Mind at Verisign
- Published on Thursday, May 31, 2012
- Written by Web Editor
Informational Update For May 29, 2012
What is the difference between a business continuity program and a "resilience" program? According to our featured speaker, resilience is about an organizational state of mind. Resilience is the difference between hitting a speed bump with a good set of shock absorbers vs. hitting a brick wall at 100 mph. Learn how Verisign, the company that manages and protects .com and .net among other top level domains, successfully handles operational risks and responds to unforeseen incidents.
Join Send Word Now and our featured speaker, Mark Sibley, from Verisign's Business Resilience Office, to learn about:
Tips on making resilience a state of mind within your organization from the ground up.
How to React, Respond, and Recover...and avoid the BRICK WALL.
How to engage and exercise your greatest asset-the executive team and people in your company.
Creative "Enterprise Games" (aka testing strategies) - Black Swans and Crazy Ivans!
Creating a team-based mentality through effective communications.
Techniques to best leverage your notification tool to take your preparedness plan to the next level.
Free webinar - What's new in ISO 22301: How to make a transition from BS 25999-2
This interactive live online training (via webinar) is designed to enable you to walk away with knowledge on how to make the transition to ISO 22301 and how to structure the required documentation.
Register for this free webinar to learn:
Basic facts about ISO 22301
Similarities and differences between ISO 22301 and BS 25999-2
Steps to handle the transition from BS 25999-2 to ISO 22301
Documentation structure for ISO 22301
Main concerns regarding ISO 22301
Planning to Return to Business As Usual
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Every organization must choose its own objectives, but if the goal of your organization's BCM program is assuring the ability to survive any disruption.
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Present A Justification Kit To Management!
While attending an industry conference is an excellent training tool and a great return on investment, getting approval to participate can sometimes be difficult. How can you justify the time off work and travel expenses? You may need to validate to management your reasons for wanting to attend.