Webinar: 2020 BCM Vision
Cybersecurity, vendor risk, workplace violence, and climate change are the BC buzzwords of the moment, but how do new technologies and processes affect how your organization plans for resilience? And what does it all mean for the BC professional? Prepare for the next decade with 2020 BCM Vision by attending the SAI Global webinar on Wed, Oct 9, 2019 at 2:00 PM EDT.
Terence Lee, Vice President and James Green, Senior Consulting Manger, will detail:
- Why more and more cyber events are becoming BC Events and what it means for your BCM plans
- Why this is the year to stop waiting and create a solid workplace violence plan for your organization and its employees
- How to prevent embarrassment caused by third-party vendor failures and breaches
- How increasingly erratic weather will change the way you do risk assessments and the impact on your BC/DR plans
This webinar will also feature an interactive Q&A session with Chris and James for specific guidance to propel you and your organization toward true resilience.
Register here for this critical session.
About our Presenters:
Terence Lee, CBCP, Vice President at SAI Global, leads the Business Continuity Management division and is responsible for all aspects of product strategy, customer success, sales and marketing efforts. He works closely with clients, prospects, partners, and our internal teams to bring new and enhanced software solutions to market. Terry is a CBCP and a member of BCI, DRI, PRMIA, IIA, and other communities dedicated to BCP, Vendor Risk Management, Operational Risk Management, Enterprise Architecture, and Disaster Recovery. He possesses over 25 years of expertise in Third-Party Management, Vendor Risk and Contingency Management, IT and Operational Risk, Compliance, Policy, and Audit Management; Threat and Vulnerability Management; Business Continuity Planning and Management; and Regulatory Change Management.
James Green, MBCI, CBCP, CUERME, Senior Consulting Manager at SAI Global, helps his clients understand the importance of business continuity as an integral part of day to day operations–not just during an emergency. James has spent the majority of his career in the financial services industry and has worked on risk events that have occurred all over the globe, including civil unrest in Egypt during the Arab Spring, executive travel and protection in the Pacific Rim, and the effects of destructive tornados in Oklahoma. James is the recipient of the DRI Consultant of the Year 2019 and the BCI Continuity and Resilience Consultant of the Year 2019. He is also a sought-after speaker and author in the areas of business continuity, active shooters in the workplace, disaster recovery and workplace violence