3rd-4th September 2020, Online Interactive Conference
The COVID-19 pandemic presents a serious threat to people, businesses and economies across the world. During times of crisis, business operations—the intelligence engine of an organization—are more important than ever. Business continuity and disaster recovery plans are being tested by rapidly evolving challenges, such as travel restrictions, and as large-scale remote working becomes a reality.
The need for a disaster recovery business continuity plan is becoming more critical as the enterprise adjusts to the business disruptions caused by the coronavirus. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) reports, “Roughly 40% to 60% of small businesses never reopen their doors following a disaster.” However, this does not have to happen when a proper disaster recovery and business continuity plan is in place.
Business continuity planning is a component of building business resilience in normal times and is especially critical in cases of large disasters. For businesses to survive, they must be able to adapt their operations to the new environment.
TBM Evolution Group brings you a unique opportunity to exchange ideas and perspectives with Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery experts from different industries to discuss a broad range of current topics, such as:
- Creating a continuity culture across your enterprise – Successes and deficiencies uncovered during the recent global pandemic
- Implementing a resilience programme across multiple countries / cultures whilst identifying and overcoming the challenges involved: How we overcame the Coronavirus crisis
- How the recent pandemic confirmed why people should be at the heart of your business continuity management
- Is resilience the next evolutionary phase of business continuity? What did we learn from the Coronavirus crisis?
- How we can learn from losses, small and large
- Risk and Business Continuity Management through the epidemic in the Geneva Public administration
- From Security basics to a proper Business Resilience programme: how COVID-19 helped us
- Are you ready for the unexpected? A crisis has occurred
- Establishing and maintaining a mindset of Business Continuity across all business activities, functions and locations – Lessons from Marks & Spencer
- Managing vendor risk as a part of your business continuity function – Challenges overcome during the Coronavirus crisis
- Operationalizing your business continuity function – Successes and vulnerabilities uncovered through the crisis
- The future of business continuity – preparing for technological disruption
- Planning a cyber-incident response exercise in critical national infrastructure and the lessons learning during execution