Presented by Terence Lee, Head of Strategic BCP
Ensuring operational resilience is a complex process. It requires coordination and cooperation between multiple disciplines which often operate in silos from each other: business continuity management, cyber security, and vendor risk management. With an increased dependency on third-party vendors and digital infrastructure, business continuity teams must evolve and adapt their planning, assessment, exercise, and recovery activities. Organizations are realizing the importance of “connecting the dots” between Business Continuity Management, Cyber Security, and Vendor Continuity Management to provide a complete perspective of threats to operational and organizational resiliency.
If your BCM organization is still operating in a silo, we invite you to join the Head of Strategic BCP, Terence Lee, for a DRJ webinar to learn how you can connect the dots and build a stronger program for maximum operational resilience. In this session, attendees will learn:
- The resilience factor of using an integrated approach to BCM, Cyber Risk, and VRM
- The truth on how vendor incidents can negatively impact your organization
- Examples of how to successfully manage cyber incidents for optimal resilience
About the Speaker:
Terence Lee, CBCP, Head of Strategic BCP, manages the operations of Strategic BCP, a division of SAI Global. He possesses over 25 years of expertise in IT Risk, Compliance, Policy, and Audit Management; Threat and Vulnerability Management; Business Continuity Planning and Management; Third Party Vendor Management; and Operational Risk Management.