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Aligning BCP Documentation with a Cyber Incident Response Plan
March 30, 2017 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm CDT
Cyber risk has given rise to the Cyber Incident Response Plan. While such plans primarily address the IT response to cyber incidents, less emphasis is directed toward health, safety, property, equipment, and the company’s overall ability to recover.
Business Continuity Planning (BCP) fills this void, making it essential that BCP documentation is aligned with the Cyber Incident Response Plan. This webinar will offer strategies and examples on how to achieve alignment, including:
- Developing a risk profile for company assets
- Instilling collaboration among the various stakeholders
- Ensuring communications when cyber incidents occur
- Coordinating Cyber Incident Response Plan with other plans
- Facilitating a quick, viable recovery of mission-critical functions
About the Speakers:
Dr. Stephen Baruch, Business Continuity Consultant
Dr. Stephen B. Baruch, a 20+ year private and public sector expert in Business Continuity. He started his consulting practice after designing and implementing Genentech’s BCP Program as their Senior Manager. Stephen presently is consulting with Stanford University’s Office of Real Estate, as well as Space Systems Loral and San Jose Water Company. Other past clients include Stanford Management Company, Facebook, D.W. Morgan, Inc., Netflix, Celera, and San Mateo Office of Emergency Services.
Stephen has a proven record of success evaluating his clients’ capabilities, assessing their business continuity and disaster recovery status, while also providing updated strategies, project documentation, public/private partnership coordination, training and exercises.
Stephen received his Doctorate in Environmental Science and Engineering from UCLA and has a Masters Degree in Public Health from Yale University (MPH) and a Masters Degree in Public Administration from the University of Southern California (MPA). He was a Commissioned Officer in the United States Public Health Service.
Sam Abadir, Director of Product Alliances, LockPath
Sam Abadir has over twenty years of experience helping companies realize value through improving processes, identifying performance metrics, and understanding risk. Early in Sam’s career, he worked directly with financial institutions and manufacturing companies, helping them understand how risk management could be a competitive advantage. As a Sr. Manager at Deloitte, he broadened his experience focusing on Global 2000 companies. In the past five years, Sam has worked with software companies like LockPath to build the tools that help companies harness the value of understanding and assessing risk.