6pm - 8pm
Today’s world demands that organizations be ready for any event that might threaten the continuity of their business operations. Continuous operation 365 days a year, regardless of unusual internal or external events, is essential to ensure competitive position, resilience, and survival of a company. September 11th was a wake up call for organizations to address what has been ignored for far too long: rigorous and effective processes for business continuity.
The creation of a sound business continuity and contingency plan is a complex undertaking, involving several stages and discrete activities. A thorough understanding of how businesses of different shapes and sizes tackle this challenge will enable you to shape a business continuity strategy and build business continuity into the core of your company’s culture.
Creating a continuity plan involves first understanding the underlying risks and the potential impact of those risks. This foundation understanding enables you to create a sound business continuity and disaster recovery plan, test it, maintain it, and audit it to ensure it works and remains appropriate to the company’s needs.
This presentation will cover:
Assessing business risk and impact of potential emergencies, environmental disasters, organized and/or deliberate disruption, loss of utilities and services, equipment or system failure, serious information security incidents, and other emergency situations
Understanding the financial and operational impact and analyzing your options: alternative business process handling, IT systems back-up and recovery, premises and essential equipment back-up and recovery, customer service, administration and operations, information and documentation
About Our Speaker(s)
Laurie Graham has over 25 years experience in IT. She originally started out as a MVS programmer. She has been at NCCI for 7 years. She was at Burger King when Hurricane Andrew hit and has been in "the eye of the storm" regarding Disaster Recovery.
Mark Grossman, leads the Technology Law group of Becker & Poliakoff, P.A.
Laura Mallet, founder of CCRA (Center for Continuity and Recovery Advice), and President of the SE Florida Chapter ACP (Association of Contingency Planners)
Event Date and Venue
This event will be held from 6pm - 8pm on Tuesday, October 21, 2003 at:
901 Peninsula Corporate Circle
Boca Raton, Florida 33487
From I-95 North of NCCI Holdings (Palm Beach International, PBI)
Take I-95 south to Congress Avenue, exit 50.
When you exit, stay in the lane for North Congress. You will make a right-hand turn, heading west. At the light, go straight, crossing Congress Avenue. Turn right before the lake and follow the road around the lake to NCCI headquarters.
From I-95 South of NCCI Holdings (Ft Lauderdale Airport, FLL)
Take I-95 north to Congress Avenue, exit 50.
When you exit, stay in the lane for North Congress. You will make a left-hand turn, heading west. At the light, go straight, crossing Congress Avenue. Turn right before the lake and follow the road around the lake to NCCI headquarters.
Go to the second gated parking area, which is the visitors' entrance. Push the button at the gate and announce yourself to security personnel to gain entrance. Visitors' parking will be on your right.
Pre-registration for this event is closed and on-site registrations will not be accepted.
About Our Sponsor(s)
NCCI Holdings, Inc., based in Boca Raton, FL, manages the nation’s largest database of workers compensation insurance information.
NCCI analyzes industry trends, prepares workers compensation insurance rate recommendations, assists in pricing proposed legislation, and provides a variety of data products to maintain a healthy workers compensation system and reduce the frequency of employee injuries.
For more info regarding registration or event details, please contact Rachel A. Pace ([email protected]).
For more details about pre-registration, contact Tech Support.