Breakout Track 3

Breakout Track 3 Monday, September 30, 2019: 4:15 p.m. - 5:15 p.m.

Breakout Track 3 – Session 1

Enhancing BC/DR Planning to align with CSIRP

When:
Monday, September 30, 2019
4:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

Speaker:
Ramesh Warrier, eBRP

Ramesh Warrier

Everyone is talking about Cyber Security as being the biggest threat giving Sr Execs sleepless nights. As the saying goes, "It's not a matter of IF, but When" you will be impacted.

In the presentation, the speaker will discuss the basics of Cyber Security Incident Response Planning (CSIRP) - the threats, vectors, incident handling protocols, roles & responsibilities. In the second part, the discussion will focus on the enhancements to your BIAs, BCPs, DRPs and CMPs to make them be relevant in today's threat environment. A proven, tested CSIRP with credible BC/DR is the corner-stone of an Enterprise Resiliency program.

About Ramesh Warrier
Ramesh Warrier, Director of eBRP Solutions Mr. Warrier has 30 years of customer engagements in the field of Technology Operations, Business Continuity and IT Disaster Recovery Planning.

Breakout Track 3 – Session 2

Maturing your DR Process

When:
Monday, September 30, 2019
4:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

Speaker:
Bob Hillhouse, University of Tennessee
Tony Klinger, RES-Q Services

Bob Hillhouse Tony Klinger

Now, today - between the technology cloud buzz, software solutions, and variety of options being served up - the noise and confusion is heavily compounded. Come hear how the University of Tennessee (UT) has continued to improve and refine its disaster recovery program. This session is designed to give you an inside look at how seriously UT has embraced and matured their recovery processes.

About Bob Hillhouse
Bob Hillhouse is the Associate CIO & Chief Information Security Officer at The University of Tennessee,Knoxville, Tennessee.

About Tony Klinger
Tony Klinger is Director of Business Resiliency & Recovery Solutions Architect, VMCE.

Breakout Track 3 – Session 3

More than a Buzzword: How to Leverage "Digital Transformation" to Your Program's Advantage

When:
Monday, September 30, 2019
4:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

Speakers:
Rich Cooper, Fusion Risk Management

Rich Cooper

Digital transformation dominates boardroom conversations these days. Whether launching new products, improving service delivery, driving down costs, or gaining a competitive edge, executives are expected to invest nearly two trillion dollars by 2022 on digital transformation projects! So, how can you gain a seat at the table? This session outlines four key pillars to positioning your program as an essential resource in ensuring these investments remain resilient in the face of new risk and emerging threats.

About Rich Cooper
Rich Cooper is Director, Global Accounts at Fusion Risk Management, where he helps improve the strategic value of global resiliency programs to their organizations.

Breakout Track 3 – Session 4

Manage Third-Party Risk with Visibility, Insight and Action!

When:
Monday, September 30, 2019
4:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

Speaker:
Patrick Potter, RSA

Patrick Potter

As third-party ecosystems grow and become more complex as a result of digital transformation, so does the risk. In fact, third-party risk is not just one type of risk - it consists of security risk, access risk, compliance risk, resiliency risk, cyber risk, fraud risk and more. These new, related and evolving risks are driving the need for more effective risk management and efficient governance because traditional methods are not scalable for growing third-party ecosystems. Any one of these areas of third-party risk has the ability to disrupt the objectives of your organization.

About Patrick Potter
Patrick Potter is currently a GRC Strategist and subject matter expert for RSA, where he oversees the direction of the Archer Business Resiliency solution.

Breakout Track 3 – Session 5

BCM Gains through Governance

When:
Monday, September 30, 2019
4:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.

Speakers:
James Green, SAI Global + Strategic BCP

James Green

Many organizations have some type of BC program in place, but as internal and external forces change, taking BCM to the next level is difficult. Join James Green, Senior Consulting Manager at SAI Global as he outlines how to create a chartered Business Continuity Steering Committee to serve as the governing body for your business continuity management program that provides final approval and guidance on all of business continuity management initiatives.

About James Green
James Green, Senior Consulting Manager at SAI Global, is the recipient of the DRI Consultant of the Year 2019 and the BCI Continuity and Resilience Consultant of the Year 2019. James helps his clients understand the importance of business continuity not just during an emergency, but as an integral part of day to day operation. James has spent the majority of his career in the financial services industry and has worked on risk events that have occurred all over the globe, including civil unrest in Egypt during the Arab Spring, executive travel and protection in the Pacific Rim, and the effects of destructive tornados in Oklahoma.

Previously, Green was the global head of business continuity for Sykes Enterprises, a business process outsourcer with 50,000 employees and 80 locations worldwide. James holds the MBCI designation from the Business Continuity Institute, the Certified Business Continuity Professional certification from the Disaster Recovery Institute International and is recognized as an Enterprise Risk Management Expert by the Credit Union National Association. James is a sought-after speaker, and has been interviewed by multiple publications, on the topic of active shooters in the workplace.

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