CPAC 2018 Symposium

Concord, North Carolina
Thursday, February 08, 2018

Embassy Suites by Hilton Charlotte Concord Golf Resort & Spa
Once again CPAC brought together a variety of experienced and respected professionals to share practical solutions and tactics helping ensure organizations are prepared for business interruptions. Attendance at this provided at least 18 CEUs with DRII .

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Symposium Featured Presentations include (Session Descriptions):

 GS1 The Fatal Flaws in Your Active Shooter Plan and Their Impact on Business Continuity, Bo Mitchell, CEM, President 911 Consulting  * All attendees will be contacted by Bo Mitchell re presentation info * 
 GS2  Childcare: Your Employee’s Security Blanket, Heather L. Beal, AEM, President & CEO - BLOCKS  
 GS3 The Critical Role of Multilingual Considerations in Crisis & Emergency Communication, Robert C. Chandler, Ph.D., Professor, Lipscomb University  
 GS4 Current trends in Disaster Recovery Technology - HA, Archive, Recovery, Failover… what is best?Tony Klinger is an Enterprise Infrastructure Architect, Corus360  
 TS1 The Case for Communications Business Resilience & Risk Management, Claudia Smith, Regional Sales Manager, Globalstar  
 TS2 Leading a Disaster Recovery Simulation - Rod Davis, CRISC, CBCP, Business Continuity Consultant, SIL International  
 TS3 How Do I ..., an interactive Information Procedure and Process Exchange,Chris Servia, MBCI, CIT Group  
 TS4  Introduction to Business Continuity Management, David Shimberg, CBCP  
 TS5 Developing Best Practices for your Active Shooter plan, Carl Finney, Director of Emergency Management, CPCC
 
 TS6 BCP & Cyber Security, Christopher Pitt, Duke Energy  
 TS7 Redefining Program Success by Establishing Command & Control, Peter Laz, MBCP, MBCI; Sr. Managing Consultant, Fusion Risk Management  
 TS8 Mind the Gap!  Developing a Gap Workflow as part of the BC Program Lifecycle, - Tatiana L. Moklebust, MBCP, PMP, AmerisourceBergen, Director, Enterprise Business Continuity, Global Business Resilience  
 TS9 Hybrid Software Defined Networking: Fear Not the Weather, Disaster, or Hacker -  Manuel W. Lloyd,  ITIL® Certified, Enterprise ITSM Expert, ITSM Coach, Owner, Manuel W. Lloyd Consulting® All attendees will be contacted by Manuel Lloyd re presentation info
 TS10 Continuity Planning in a Changing Environment - Tashonda Haugabrook, MPA, ISO 22301 Lead Auditor, Adjunct Professor, Metropolitan College of New York  
 TS11 Cyber Security 101 for Contingency Planning Professionals, Alex Griswold, Northstate Technology Solutions - Attendees interested in presentation info, contact: Alex Griswold, 410-952-6315 or Alex.Griswold@nscom.com
 TS12 How to Control the Message in Today’s Connected World: Social Media and Crisis Management, Ted Brown, KETCHConsulting
 


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  • Physiological and Psychological Performance Challenges during Disasters and Emergencies - Dr. Robert Chandler, Ph.D
  • Mailroom Security: Role of Training in  Critical Infrastructure Protection - Ketih James, JGW Group
  • Driving BCM Adoption Through Simplification - Ralph Campo, TWC
  • Power Grid Reliability and Risks of Interdependent Infrastructures - Richard Zinno, Generac Power Systems
  • Business Continuity Today: What Really Matters Right Now - Al Berman, DRI International
  • BCM Industry Trends - Robbie Atabiagi
  • BC & Operational Risk Management - The Secret Ingredient for Effective Resilience - Patricio Morat, Synchrony Financial
  • Crisis Management: One Size Doesn't Fit All - Thomas Serio, Verizon Wireless
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