Webinar: How 2020 Changed My View on “Traditional” Business Continuity
Is your BIA effective? Or are you using it ineffectively? How 2020 Changed My View on "Traditional" Business Continuity.
In this session, Shane Mathew, Host of The Failover Plan Podcast and VP of Professional Services for Virtual Corporation, shares some of the biggest lessons he learned about business continuity from the clients his team worked within during the height of the Pandemic, and experts he’s interviewed for The Failover Plan podcast.
In this session, we will review the impact that COVID-19 has had on the industry, lessons learned from those that attempted to use the “Traditional” BC analysis and planning, and compare it to those who had to respond to the same circumstance without the “advantage” of data that BIAs and BC Plans typically provide.
And by the end of this presentation, you will hear what others are now considering as adaptations to the traditional, and how you can begin to weigh changes within your BC program to learn from the experiences of other organizations.
About Virtual Corporation
Virtual Corporation is a business continuity management & organizational resilience industry leader in software and consulting. We assist private, public & government organizations with all aspects of continuity, recovery & resilience planning. We help our clients design, implement & continuously enhance dynamic BCM and resilience programs that center on identifying, mitigating & acting upon prioritized risks across your enterprise. Virtual Corporation uniquely leverages its expertise in Business Continuity & organizational resilience consulting to ensure that every effort is sustainable, well documented, & effective in the face of unforeseen events. A leading implementer of enterprise BC programs, we also assist with BIAs, site vulnerability assessments, crisis management & incident command exercises & drills. Our solutions include the Business Continuity Maturity Model® & Sustainable Planner®, our highly customizable web-based software tool.
About Disaster Recovery Journal
Disaster Recovery Journal (DRJ) delivers how-to, in depth knowledge into business continuity planning more than any other business publication. This unique ability to take readers further inside the issues has made DRJ the #1 read business continuity publication in the world, one with a circulation and audience that consistently dominates the business continuity magazine field. Add to this strength that we have consistently higher ad recall than our competitors in every major advertising category and the DRJ advantage becomes clear.