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07/08/2013

DRI Expert Talk and Networking Evening with IBM

DRI Singapore is giving business continuity professionals the opportunity to learn more about the latest developments in the business continuity field and network with other professionals in Singapore. They will be hosting an expert talk and networking evening with IBM. The theme of the evening will be "Leveraging the latest technology for business recovery and the ISO22313 implementation guidance."

Date: Tuesday 30th July 2013
Time: 6:15pm to 8:45pm
Venue: Possibility Room
Leven 5
National Library Board
100 Victoria Street, Singapore

Who should attend?
Senior/Middle management, BCM stakeholders, Functional managers, BC/DR/IT Professional, Response team, BC coordinator and novice users.
Industry coverage: Finance, Transport and Logistics, Government, Healthcare, Infrastructure and supply-chain operation. This forum is approved for 3 CEAPs for DRI Professionals.

The topics will include:
Protect Critical Infrastructure and Human Capital
Dr Wong Kim Poh, Consultant, Business Continuity and Resiliency Services, IBM
To protect your business against disaster you need a tested, cost-effective recovery plan that reduces your exposure during downtime and empowers you to respond with speed and agility to resume business operations as quickly as possible.

Effective Crisis Communications
Mr. Andrew Fry, VP Asia, Whispir
Managing complex communications processes quickly and efficiently during a crisis has been a common inhibitor to the successful execution of even the best laid business continuity plans. In this session, we'll look at practical ways to improve response plans and corporate communications.

ISO 22313 BCMS Societal security - Business Continuity Management Systems - Guidance
Mr. Clifford Seow, DRI Professional
The standard offers global best practice to organizations aiming to implement effective Business Continuity Management System. It acts as a guidance document for ISO 22301 and is a key milestone to support the uptake and implementation of effective BCM worldwide.

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