Workplace recovery is an important part of most business continuity plans. It deals with the people aspect of business continuity … where can our staff go so they can continue to do their work.
In this presentation we will examine the different types of workplace recovery that are available, which organisations need it and the driving force behind it.
This workshop is designed for Business Continuity professionals or those who have Business Continuity responsibilities; IT personnel responsible for IT Recovery and Risk Managers. This workshop will provide you with the business continuity tools and methods needed to increase your organisation’s maturity and capabilities.
This workshop presents an approach to Risk Management applicable to both Enterprise Risk Management and Information Security Risk Management.
In this workshop we will work through an asset-threat matrix used to estimate impact and likelihood for each threat on each asset. The matrix is then sorted to show the significant threat exposures and significant asset vulnerabilities. The exposure profiles are then used to select appropriate mitigations from a broad range of options and combinations.
Policies and Controls following ISO 27001:2013 Annex A’s comprehensive coverage will be used as the back-bone of this course to allow you to make a private Health Check for your own organisation and learn from the experience in the room.
This workshop will be beneficial for Business and IT Management with key security responsibilities – actual or implied.
The Business Continuity Institute (BCI) Horizon Scan 2015 lists Cyber threat as the top concern of both public and private organisations across 72 countries.
This talk will focus on Cyber threat and its relationship with the Response and Recovery aspects of Business Continuity. So, how do you respond to and recover from a Cyber Threat?
From a recovery perspective, Cloud has fundamentally changed how Disaster Recovery (and Business Continuity) is provisioned and tested.
We take a look at what RTO's and RPO's are achievable, how your data is managed and how to minimise the possibility of malware infections in data back ups. What are the key differences between the old and the new way of managing DR and BCP?
Come and hear Graeme Newton, Deloitte partner and authoritative former CEO of the Queensland Reconstruction Authority speak about the importance of planning for a disaster in order to minimise its duration and disruption to your business. Graeme will address disruptions caused by information security breaches and physical disasters.