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Melbourne End of Year Event, 10 December 2013

Topic: Linking Relevant Policy & Strategy to Ensure Consistent Expectations

Summary:

Series 1 of CCMS Resilience Frameworks presentations outlines the need to ensure linkage of Risk, BCM & ITSM organisational commitments like Policies, Strategies & Agreements. The aim is to highlight the linkages of key components and considerations to ensure disaster tolerance processes provide an expectable outcome throughout a crisis. Areas covered:
 
1. Policies, Strategies & Agreements:
  • What are they and why do we need them
  • What is best for me
2. Key linkages & consistent approach to:
  • Risk & Security
  • BCM
  • TSCM 
3. Anatomy of a Crisis:- A high-level timeline outlining the linkages of Crisis Management, BCM & ITSCM and what happens when you are
  • Expecting the expected 
  • Expecting the unexpected
- Why consistency is important 
- What can I do to ensure consistency in a crisis

Speaker: Steven Cvetkovic, Managing Director, Continuity & Compliance Management Services

Steven is currently the Managing Director is Continuity & Compliance Management Services, specialising in areas of resilience management & advisory. He has extensive end-to-end Crisis, Business & IT Continuity Management, Risk & Security development & delivery experience including culture embedment, education & executive business planning approval.  His industry experience includes Government; Finance; Manufacturing; IT; Professional Services; Not for Profit; Utilities including Energy Markets, Generation & Upstream Oil & Gas. Steven has real disaster experience from events impacting communities and organisations like: Hurricane Katrina, S11, Brisbane floods, Christchurch earthquakes & the Japan tsunami.

Steven is the co-author of the latest BCI Good Practice Guide (GPG2013) which is the baseline for worldwide Business Continuity certification. A strong knowledge of compliance mandates, frameworks/standards and transferring them into achievable organisational outcomes and milestones makes Steven a sought after advisor & presenter in the field of resilience.

He is also the Victorian & Tasmanian Forum Leader for The Business Continuity Institute Australasian Chapter. 

Meeting details
Date: Tuesday, 10 December 2013
Time: 3:15pm-5:00pm (registrations begin at 3:00pm)
Location: Melbourne VIC (venue details disclosed upon registration only)

Registration Process
To register for this event please click here and fill out your details, which will be sent to the Continuity Forum admin staff. Your registration will be processed between one-two days.

If you are unable to access this link, please ring +61 2 9415 4180 or email kristine@continuity.net.au