Business Continuity Management includes strategies for continuing operations. 

We are in the sustainment phase of pandemic planning for business. Some of those strategies are more creative in times where non-essential personal are at home and customers are unable to come to  non-essential businesses. Non the less, the strategies are implementable staring today.

Learning Objectives

Area Covered In The Webinar

  • What does it t means to work remotely. 
  • What can you keep your business productive considering the current environment?
  • Remote operations strategies for communicating, maintaining customers and even tweaking your normal operations to allow for servicing clients and customers remotely. 
  • Simple solutions can help avoid the pitfalls that can affect continuing operations and maintaining security.

Why should you attend?

The Coronavirus has affected many companies and firms. The organizations who know how to adapt and create Business Plans for not only surviving economically but thrive in in this environment, will benefit. 

Don’t forget Information and Cyber Security. Many are being asked to practice social distancing and work from home. The reality of remote operations can create greater security risks as teleworking creates a variety of new vulnerabilities if you have not preplanned. Knowing about them, will help you safely work remotely. 

It is also critical to document  your COVID-19 Response. While this is the first time your business may be experiencing a situation like this, it is not the first Pandemic that other organizations have experienced.

Who Will Benefit

  • Business Owners
  • CEOs
  • CFOs
  • COOs
  • VPs, Directors
  • Managers, HR, Generalists, HR, Branch Managers Store Managers
  • Supervisors, Project managers, Team leaders


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Michael C. Redmond is a Director and the Lead Strategic Consultant and Auditor for EFPR Group's Information Technology and Governance, Risk and Compliance Consulting and Audit division. She is also a Know More

Dr. Michael C. Redmond