Exercising It All: Incorporating Crisis Management and Business Continuity into Your Security Exercises
Drills, testing, and exercises: any combination of these should be scheduled in your organization. However, are you missing opportunities to exercise an unified response including recovery? Join us for this interactive workshop to incorporate all phases of response into a robust exercise. We will highlight our cross-functional exercises with local, global and C-suite crisis teams. During regular fire drills is your crisis team convening concurrently to exercise their response? Have you simulated your continuity plans with the aftermath of an active threat? How do you exercise a terrorist event across international teams? Relevant to leaders of in-house security organizations, third-party security providers or continuity teams, bring your current exercise ideas for this best practice workshop.
- Session participants will evaluate current exercise plans, identifying ways to expand them to include additional internal response or continuity teams. This evolution will enable any security organization to enhance resilience by identifying gaps between cross-functional processes.
- Session participants will learn to incorporate additional injects, third-parties and technologies to fully expand their existing exercise scenarios through their full response process.
- Participants can expect to leave with 3-5 ideas to utilize in any size organization, applicable to any global location.
- Session participants will hear experiences and pitfalls of including C-suite executives in response exercises; as well as develop at least one scenario to includes these key stakeholders.
Business Resilience Navitaire
Director, Enterprise Resiliency & Response
United Health Group
*Note: Speakers and content are subject to change without notice. Credit Information Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit. CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.