Just when you thought you saw the light at the end of the tunnel — it turned out to be the cyberterrorist express. Any disruption in the process chain, without a robust and dependable contingency plan, can prove catastrophic to the fortunes of companies and even governments. What’s your next step?
Find out at DRI’s upcoming webinar, Business Continuity Management and Cyberterrorism: How It Affects Us and What We Should Be Doing Now. The webinar, which is hosted by the Association of Contingecy Planners (ACP) will be held Thursday, Nov. 6 at 2:00 p.m. EDT.
During this webinar, DRI president Al Berman will examine case studies that show the value of including dependencies and why BCM is so essential to a holistic approach to resilience. It will also examine the effects of cyberterrorism in the context of the added exposure of supply chain and how government regulations are changing to address these issues.
Finally, it will explore the options open to organizations in providing risk transfer through the use of insurance. The savings blending of the forensic accounting performed by professionals can show a quantifiable ROI when mapping impacts to insurance coverage.
Click here to register for this free, one-hour event!