Organizations understand the need for Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery in the face of natural, man-made and pandemic disasters. But what about Business Resiliency, which brings together multiple disciplines to ensure minimal disruption in the wake of a disaster?
Register for this webinar to learn:
How to assemble the Business Resiliency basics;
How to craft a proactive plan;
How to account for the most overlooked threats to sustaining your organization - and how to then test your plan effectively.
Business Resiliency is the combination of Crisis Management, Incident Response, Business Continuance and Disaster Recovery into one succinct set of processes and capabilities.
This combination allows organizations to have minimal disruption in the event of a business-impacting incident that affects the entire organization instead of one that involves specific information infrastructure areas.
When evaluating Business Resiliency capabilities, it is important to understand that they only are as effective as the proactive planning and considerations that go into their development. Too often, planning accounts for only the most obvious considerations and does not incorporate essential considerations that have the most impact, including:
Information Infrastructure Requirements;
Remote Workforce/Pandemic Preparation;
Overlooked Threat Scenarios;
Table Top vs. Actual Tests.
This session will discuss the key elements of Business Resiliency and the considerations which should be made when developing or maturing this capability.
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Pironti has designed and implemented enterprisewide electronic business solutions, information security and risk management strategies and programs, enterprise resiliency capabilities, and threat and vulnerability management solutions for key customers in a range of industries, including financial services, insurance, energy, government, hospitality, aerospace, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, media and entertainment, and information technology on a global scale.