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Business Continuity Management & Resilience
A key resilience action for countries, companies, organizations, and individuals
The key topics of the webinar will address how BCM is a key resilience action for:
Countries: understanding risk trends, National Disaster Risk Assessment, Civil emergencies and disasters, Critical Infrastructure Protection
Organizations and companies: identification of hazards and evaluation of their risks, better preparedness by protecting key resources and processes and providing alternative solutions in emergencies, best practice examples
Individuals: increasing risk awareness and strengthening of personal resilience
Join us in exploring BCM case studies and lessons learned from resilience leaders in sectors across finance, public authorities (EU parliament), health insurance, and telecommunications.
Improved understanding of BCM as a cornerstone of integrated risk management and enabler of resilience.
Enhanced awareness of present risk environment as well as how hazards and risks are evolving.
Strengthened recognition that BCM actions are a key success factor of critical infrastructure protection and country resilience.
Improved understanding of the connection between BCM, risk management, civil protection, and critical infrastructure protection.
Sharing of good practice examples and lessons learned of past and present disasters, as for example COVID-19.
Course director: Benno Bühlmann, Head of Integrated Risk Management and Civil Protection, GCSP;
GCSP Course moderator: Dr Stefan Brem, CRO and Head of Risk Analysis and Research; Federal Office for Civil Protection, FOCP Guest
John Dempsey, Group Head of Business Continuity Management, Banque Pictet & Cie SA, Geneva, Switzerland
Manuel Rodriguez Vico, Head of Crisis Cell & Business Continuity Management Unit, European Parliament, Brussels
Dr Reto Schneider, former CRO and Head of Business Continuity Management, Health Care Insurer, Switzerland
Jolanda Walker, Head of Emergency and Crisis Management, Swisscom, Switzerland
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Politicians who are interested in security, integrated risk management and resilience
Members of security authorities
Critical infrastructure operators
Security and risk management professionals in companies and organizations
Research and teaching staff at universities, colleges of higher education, or think tanks
Individuals who are interested in security, risk management and resilience