Spring World 2018

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Breakout Sessions - Track 2

Monday 2:45 - 3:45 p.m.

Choose One Selection Per Track

Strategic Session 2

BIA: A New Approach in Service Oriented Industry 

Shankar Swaroop, Navy Exchange Service Command

new_folder-048.jpgTraditional business impact analysis outlines a methodology where analysts work top down (from business to IT) documenting the impact to the business when critical processes fail. As IT is advancing, it is becoming more an enabler of business rather than a support function. This is more apparent in a service-oriented industry than anyother place. Discover a new bottom-up (from IT to business) approach to BIA in a service-oriented industry, by identifying the business processes that are enabled by IT. It also equips you with easy statistical techniques.

Shankar Swaroop CISSP, CISM, CSSLP, PMP, ITIL(V3), OCP is currently the director of business continuity and disaster recovery at Navy Exchange Service Command (NEXCOM), Department of the Navy.

Managerial Session 2

Mission Assurance: Cyber Risks and the Impact On Your Organization

Jerry Vevon, BAH
Jonathon Allen, BAH

new_folder-049.jpgnew_folder-054.jpgTerrorist attacks, natural disasters, and critical infrastructure failures in recent years highlight the need foran integrated mission assurance approach provided by centralized directives. Cyber risks and the release of the Comprehensive National CyberSecurity Initiative (CNCI) highlights the need for organizations to prepare for, respond to, and recover from potential cyber attacks. Hear case studies on recent cyber attacks and learn how the Federal departments and agengies are developing public-private partnerships to respond to and recover from a cyber attack.

Jerry Vevon is a vice president at Booz Allen Hamilton with 29 years of experience.

Jonathan Allen is a senior associate at Booz Allen Hamilton and is one of the firm’s leaders.

Technical Session 2

Adapting Private Sector BCMS Methods to Government Requirements

Glen Bricker, CBCP, Avalution Consulting

new_folder-050.jpgWhile the adoption of the National Security Presidential Directive (NSPD)-51/Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD)-20 and the Federal Continuity Directive 1 (FCD1) have advanced governmental continuity planning beyond “COOP”, there are still areas that can benefit from the application of modern BCMS and other management systems methodologies. This presentation will discuss the application of management systems and BCMS. In addition, the presentation will discuss the potential difficulties of incorporating NIMS and ICS structures into agency level crisis management planning.

Glen Bricker is a managing consultant for Avalution Consulting, a firm specializing in business continuity solution design, development, implementation and longterm maintenance.

Emergency Response Session 2

Rapid Response: One Global Company’s Reaction to H1N1

Erica Agiewich, Cisco

new_folder-051.jpgWhen the H1N1 pandemic influenza emerged in Mexico in spring 2009, Cisco, like most companies had a pandemic plan based on the World Health Organization (WHO) pandemic phases. Cisco’s Global Pandemic Influenza  Committee quickly realized it’s approach wouldnot be appropriate for H1N1 and tailored its plan accordingly. Cisco will discuss how it retooled its pandemic plan. In addition to reviewing Cisco’s response, we would like to engage in conversation with other companies to share lessons learned with the ultimate goal of crafting a strategy and plan for any strain of pandemic influenza.

Erica Agiewich is a manager with Cisco’s Safety, Security and Business Resiliency (SSBR) team in Finance. This team manages physical safety and security, emergency response, BC and recovery, and corporate crisis management programs worldwide.

Advanced Session 2

How To Create Great Recovery Exercises

Sam Stahl, CBCP, EMC

new_folder-052.jpgThere are many ways to develop, promote, schedule, and deliver a professional disaster recovery, business continuity, crisis management, emergency response, or evacuation exercise. This presentation will give you a comprehensive view of the many optionson exercising your recovery plans. Tests can be conducted in simple to complex ways and from inexpensive to costly ways. This presentation will show you how to get the most out of your recovery exercises within limited budget. In addition, it will include details for developing, promoting, scheduling, and delivering a professional recovery exercise.

Sam Stahl’s experiences include business continuity,disaster recovery, and emergency response planningfor a number of large and small organizations.

Information Session 2

What If You Gave A Disaster And Nobody Showed Up?

Gerry Printz, CBCP, AMSADOR, Ltd

new_folder-053.jpgWhen it comes time to invoke your BC plan, you need people. What if the people are trying to recover from their own disaster? Organizations are realizing the importance of helping their employees get prepared. After attending this session, you will realize that employees have different disasters than organizations as well as more disasters than organizations and there is a better way to prepare them. You will learn about common suggestions that should be ignored and what you can focuson to help employees really be prepared. The endresult is a prepared workforce that can overcomeboth personal and area wide disasters.

Gerry Printz, CBCP, CISA has more than 30 yearsof experience in information risk management. He has designed and prepared DR and BC plans, Information Systems assessments and security programs for a wide variety of organizations.

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