Quantitative Measures of Business Continuity Preparedness

Thursday, September 24 2:35 PM - 3:25 PM EDT

Location: Leadership & Managing Organizations

Event Information

Title: Quantitative Measures of Business Continuity Preparedness


To date, security professionals have been unable to measure whether an organization is prepared to recover from a disaster. While practitioners have been counting numbers of plans, deliverables, and exercises for more than two decades, they have lacked an approach that would allow for an actual measurement. Consider a new easy-to-use but theoretically sound model to measure preparedness and recoverability. Through a combination of lecture, demonstration, and interaction, learn how the model works, why it works, and how it can be put into practice immediately. 

Type: All Access Education

Target Audience Experience Level: Mid-Career

Industry Application: Banking/Finance/Insurance,Education,Health Care

Globally Focused Session: Globally Applicable

Learning Objective #1: Learn the capability and constraint model of organizational recoverability and why it works.

Learning Objective #2: See real-world examples of the model in practice along with anonymous sample data.

Learning Objective #3: Come away with least three different ways to incorporate the model into daily security work.


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