You need an actionable plan for getting back to business as usual when your organization experiences an incident such as a natural disaster or data breach. Join KathyScourby, Principal of KNS Consulting, for a webinar focusing on tips and best practices for testing emergency plans at your organization.
Lack of routine testing is among the top challenges faced by business continuity professionals. Best practice recommendations suggest that companies should test their plan at least annually, to ensure optimal execution during a business interruption.
The outcome of a winter storm is difficult to predict, but there are chances it can bring your operations to a halt if you do not have actionable business continuity plans in place. Join this webinar for tips and best practices from AccuWeather experts.
As we approach the end of another year, it’s a good time for credit unions to be sure they have arranged for compliance-based testing. Besides that, testing your plans for business continuity and technology recovery and documented the results are also important.
As we learned from Hurricane Dorian, storms are often unpredictable and chan change paths at the last minute. Without an emergency preparedness or business continuity plan, you could be scrambling to make sure you’ve adequately prepared for an impact to your organization.
Even if you’re not physically harmed, disasters can take a toll on your emotions and overall health, thus affecting you in the workplace. But how often do we take the time to really think about what happens to us as individuals when we experience a traumatic event?