Spring World 2014 - The #1 Conference Dedicated to Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery!

Senior Advanced Track 1

Technology's Impact on Disaster Recovery

Monday, March 31, 1:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

Jamie Galioto, ING

Peter Laz, Forsythe

Jamie Galioto, Ing. Peter Laz, ForsytheTechnologies and security threats are constantly evolving and our world has shifted toward expectations of 24x7 availability. Companies must adapt to new technologies and new ways of thinking. This session will explore maturing your capability from traditional disaster recovery toward operational resiliency, including a look at this model as a business enabler and marketing advantage. In addition, the session will review the emerging threats in information security and how operational resilience can play a role.

Jamie is an IT Director in the Security and Risk area at ING. He has 14 years experience in Information Technology (IT), with 12 of those years focused on information risk and security, all in Minneapolis. Jamie is currently responsible for Disaster Recovery, IT Business Continuity, and Management of Security Programs for ING U.S.

Peter R. Laz is a managing consultant in Forsythe's BC/DR practice .

Senior Advanced Track 2

No Man Left Behind: Technology to Integrate Physical Security, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery

Monday, March 31, 2:45 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.

Marcus Prendergast, ITG

Marcus Prender-gast, ITGDR/BC programs are becoming more integrated with broader security elements in organizations. Security information and event monitoring (SIEM) platforms provide timely and in depth knowledge useful to BC/DR professionals. There is a great deal of value in integrating the physical security systems with the SIEM to give you immediate actionable information on the status of your human assets at time of crisis. The added benefits include a virtual security guard that never sleeps. We will discuss the benefits physical security integration has for DR, BCP and your overall information security program.

Marcus Prendergast, CISO of ITG, is responsible for the firms' business continuity, physical, and information security programs.

Senior Advanced Track 3

Round Table Discussion with GS-2 Panelists

Monday, March 31, 4:15 - 5:15 p.m.

Randall Till, Visa

Randall Till, VisaExpert speakers from a variety of industries will converge in this Roundtable Discussion to discuss issues that affect advanced practitioners and their organizations. Learn different views on each issue from the panelists who bring their own unique perspectives and solutions. Technology's Impact on Disaster Recovery with our experts' advice. Plenty of time will be allowed for questions and answers from the audience.

Panelists: Peter Hill, CTRSO, Ing., Bernie Cowens, CISO, First American, Barry Briggs, CTO Microsoft. Moderator: Randall Till, VISA.