From the structure to the content of the conference to the speakers, it was a very
informative, interesting, and very beneficial conference. A very well-organized conference, and an excellent job done by the chairs.-
Regional Emergency Manager Ontario Provincial Government
Manage Emerging Threats to Your Organization and Get Actionable Strategies
January 28 - 29, 2020 · Ottawa, Ontario
2019 Featured Information and insights from some of the foremost experts in BCP and Emergency Management
2020 Promises to be even better!
Learn how City of Las Vegas dealt with the recent mass shooting
Benefit from the experience of City of Ottawa’s response to the deadly tornadoes, including lessons learned
Prepare for the most likely to occur cyber threats of 2019
Hear how cities are preparing for heat and weather emergencies
Explore the use of BCM analysis to build organizational resilience
Hear about Bell’s efforts to ensure telecommunications under crisis conditions
Learn how to prepare for audits and how assessments, evaluations and audits can advance your BCM program to the next level
Hear about best practices in BCP
Learn how threat and risk assessment can better protect critical infrastructure sectors
Hear about new tools for exploring possible future risk and upping resiliency
Learn how to communicate with disabled residents during emergencies
Develop strategies for managing social media in large-scale disasters
Plan for the future with operational resiliency as the destination
Learn about business continuity at the Royal Canadian Mint
2019 Speakers Include These Experts and More:
A Snapshot of Previous Participants
These Experts Have Taken Part in Our BCP & Emergency Management Events:
I absolutely enjoyed this conference. From the structure to the content of the conference to the speakers, it was a very informative, interesting, and very beneficial conference. A very well-organized conference, and an excellent job done by the chairs.
- Regional Emergency Manager
Ontario Provincial Government
Eye opener with a lot of great information to back what the speakers were focusing on. Great real-life examples.
- Manager, Information Technology/Building and Maintenance North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit
Great to attend a conference with such passionate attendees and presenters.
- Continuity of Operations Coordinator Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
Overall an excellent conference - good variety of relevant speakers and topics. Current - very enjoyable - good networking opportunities!
The current environment poses more threats than ever before!
Dramatic climate change and the resulting increase in dangerous events including heat-related deaths, record setting rain fall and flooding, hurricanes and tornadoes;
Terrorism and seemingly random violence that seem to come out of the blue;
the ever present risk to cyber security in a society completely dependent on in tact cyber space and vulnerable to threats from an infinite number of sources.
As the professional responsible for emergency and business continuity planning in your organization, you need to be prepared to respond professionally to this unlimited list of ever-changing, ever-expanding threats.
You need to leverage the latest, most innovative and effective ways of protecting your business, as well as the latest best practices in continuity planning and emergency management.
You, your reputation, individual safety and your organization are all at risk.
Take active steps now to reinforce and expand your strength and capacity and reduce vulnerability in this important area.
INFONEX's two-day course, Canadian BCP & Emergency Management, is specifically designed to provide what you need to do your job as effectively as possible.
A faculty of experienced BCP and Emergency Management experts will share insights derived from their own experiences and understanding of best practices and the latest innovations in the field.
Attendees will learn what others have learned the hard way in the wake of violence, heat and weather-related deaths.
You will learn how to use BCP to build resilience and adapt to climate change.
You will hear how to conduct BCP audits that can provide the feedback necessary to take your organization to the next level.
You will learn how to develop and implement an effective emergency management strategy, use social media to enable volunteering, protect critical infrastructure, prepare for expected cyber threats in 2019, facilitate the rapid repair, replacement and expansion of telecommunication systems, protect your data and so much more.
Take a few moments to review the agenda.
Consider the value of investing in your own continuing professional development in an area that is changing more rapidly than it ever has before.
Return to your organization inspired with new ideas, aware of new strategies, processes and procedures and able to network with professionals who share your interests and goals.
Then call us immediately to reserve your place. We look forward to seeing you.
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