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Principles, practices and developments

TALKS IN THIS SERIES (15)

Development
Play '1. Essentials of business continuity and risk management: business impact analysis and risk assessment (36 mins)'
1. Essentials of business continuity and risk management: business impact analysis and risk assessment (36 mins) More info
Prof. Kurt J. Engemann  –  Iona College, USA

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • Business continuity phases
  • Business continuity management stages
  • Development
  • Organizations and operations
  • Recovery time and point objectives
  • Critical operations
  • Interdependencies
  • Single-point-of-failure
  • Principles of risk management
  • Organizational impact
  • Crisis
  • Disruptions and disasters
  • Risk event chain
  • Controls
  • The steps of risk assessment
  • Threat identification
  • Outage examples
  • Event probability estimation
  • Impact criteria and estimation
  • Direct and indirect losses
  • Risk classification, measure and treatment
  • Developing strategies
Play '2. Selecting strategies and developing the business continuity plan (33 mins)'
2. Selecting strategies and developing the business continuity plan (33 mins) More info
Mr. Douglas M. Henderson  –  Disaster Management Inc., USA

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • Business Continuity Plan development
  • Information gathering and Analyzing
  • Business impact analysis
  • The risk event chain
  • Risk assessment
  • Strategy development and selection
  • Risk treatment
  • IT alternate sites
  • Office alternate sites
  • Temporary structures as alternate sites
  • Manufacturing alternatives
  • Bunker strategy
  • Pre-positioning

Implementation and Maintenance
Play '3. Integration of emergency management and business continuity: case study - assessing your organization's resiliency (40 mins)'
3. Integration of emergency management and business continuity: case study - assessing your organization's resiliency (40 mins) More info
Mr. Gian Di Giambattista  –  Ontario Power Generation, Canada

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • OPG profile
  • Emergency management / business continuity
  • OPG's emergency management program
  • CSA Z1600 overview
  • Incident management system doctrine overview
  • Gap assessment methodology
  • Ratings for CSA Z1600 and IMS doctrine
  • Maturity scorecard based on CSA Z1600
  • The maturity model
  • OPG maturity scorecard
  • Different aspects of maturity scorecard
  • EM/BC-pandemic plan example
  • Assessing the pandemic plan
Play '4. Adding value to business continuity management through external relations (48 mins)'
4. Adding value to business continuity management through external relations (48 mins) More info
Mr. Daniel P. Iradi  –  Contingency Planning Exchange, USA

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • External relations and external resources
  • Identifying existing relationships
  • Developing new external relations
  • Interactions between BCM and EM
  • Government agencies as external resources
  • PS-prep in the USA
  • Networking opportunities
  • Businesses as external agencies
  • Community recovery and business continuity
  • NGOs, CBOs and FBOs
  • Emergency and family preparedness
  • Accessing external resources
Play '5. Using social media and web 2.0 technology for business continuity (50 mins)'
5. Using social media and web 2.0 technology for business continuity (50 mins) More info
Dr. Connie White  –  Columbia College Chicago, USA

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • What are social networks?
  • Characteristics of disasters
  • Challenges in information
  • What can social media do for you?
  • Facebook
  • Live streaming
  • Connect
  • Subscribing is the link
  • Message notification
  • Going viral
  • Some social media concepts
  • Familiarize yourself with what's available
  • Searching for information
  • Hashtags
  • Twitter
  • Provide links
  • Videos
  • Warning and preparedness
  • Cross-promoting
  • Keep media attention
  • Group support
  • Blogs
  • Privacy settings
  • Mapping
  • Aggregating social identities
  • Skype
  • Leveraging social media
  • Phases and information flow
Play '6. Keeping the plan ready through awareness, testing and maintenance (59 mins)'
6. Keeping the plan ready through awareness, testing and maintenance (59 mins) More info
Prof. Natalie M. Dengler  –  Iona College, USA

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • Business Continuity Management (BCM)
  • Components of business resiliency program
  • Awareness program
  • Awareness material
  • Using existing material
  • Business continuity risks
  • Testing program
  • Role of BCM coordinator
  • Types of tests
  • Table top-scenario based test
  • Full physical test
  • Maintenance program
  • Quantitative assessment
  • Self assessment scorecard
  • Keeping the plan ready

Applications and Approaches
Play '7. Continuity of operations planning for academic institutions (35 mins)'
7. Continuity of operations planning for academic institutions (35 mins) More info
Mr. Douglas M. Henderson  –  Disaster Management Inc., USA

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • Planning and development
  • Information gathering
  • Analysis
  • Risk identification, assessment and treatment
  • Command and Control issues
  • Relationships and responsibilities
  • Crisis communication
  • Planning for students
  • Recovery from a major disaster
  • Emergency response plan and procedures
  • Hazard specific emergencies
  • Actions that should occur automatically
  • Interfacing with civil responders
  • Maintenance
Play '8. Managing operational risks in small and medium manufacturing enterprises - a strategic approach (24 mins)'
8. Managing operational risks in small and medium manufacturing enterprises - a strategic approach (24 mins) More info
Dr. Md. Ariful Islam  –  Shahjalal University of Science and Technology, Bangladesh

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • Risks in general
  • Operational disturbances
  • Causes and consequences of disturbances (short term and long term effects)
  • Operational risks associated with disturbances -Typical internal and external disturbances, and their root causes (risk determinants)
  • Managerial approach to deal with these risks
  • Strategic approach and framework for SMEs to deal with operational risks

Interdependent Systems
Play '9. Supply continuity planning (44 mins)'
9. Supply continuity planning (44 mins) More info
Prof. George A. Zsidisin  –  Bowling Green State University, USA

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • Supply chain disruptions
  • Supplier disruption sources
  • Market/industry disruption sources
  • Business continuity planning defined
  • Supply continuity planning framework
  • Awareness
  • Prevention
  • Risk assessment
  • Supply risk assessment
  • Risk assessment attributes
  • Remediation
  • Major stages of a disruption
  • Knowledge management
Play '10. Risk issues of software and IT outsourcing and its impact on business continuity (33 mins)'
10. Risk issues of software and IT outsourcing and its impact on business continuity (33 mins) More info
Dr. Rory V. O'Connor  –  Dublin City University, Ireland

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • Software Acquisition
  • Build versus Buy
  • Outsourcing
  • Inshore, nearshore, offshore
  • Risk Management business continuity planning
  • Outsourcing and Risk
  • Common outsourcing risks
  • Managing outsourcing Risks
  • Outsourcing Risk mitigation
  • Outsourcing Critical Success Factors
Play '11. Sustainability and business risk (49 mins)'
11. Sustainability and business risk (49 mins) More info
Prof. Markus Biehl  –  York University, Canada

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • Defining risk, uncertainty, sustainability
  • The triple bottom line
  • Risk re. social and environmental sustainability
  • Regulations and policies
  • Factors affecting environmental business risk
  • Reducing environmental and social risk
  • Sustainable management components
  • Possible effects of environmental management methods
  • Different actions affect environmental risk
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Internal and external social

Systems and Infrastructure
Play '12. Building business resiliency through control system principles (60 mins)'
12. Building business resiliency through control system principles (60 mins) More info
Prof. Donald R. Moscato  –  Iona College, USA

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • Resiliency
  • Reliability
  • Control mechanisms
  • Principles of management
  • Risk management
  • Threats to systems requiring controls
  • Preventive, detective and corrective controls
  • Zero trust networking model
  • Signals as triggers
  • Importance of feedback
  • Servomechanism
  • Cybernetics
  • Law of requisite variety
  • The role of granularity and redundancy in control systems
  • Beer's classification
  • Hare's systems hierarchy
  • Network controls
  • Application controls
  • Auditing systems involving the computer
  • Regulatory compliance as a controls component
  • Control testing
Play '13. Information systems for crisis management (40 mins)'
13. Information systems for crisis management (40 mins) More info
Prof. Shoshana S. Altschuller  –  Iona College, USA

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • The crisis scenario
  • During crisis IS supports 4 main functions
  • Preparedness, response and recovery systems
  • Technologies: geospatial, knowledge management, AI systems
  • Social media
  • Institutional initiatives

Risk Modeling
Play '14. Risk, uncertainty and decision making models (46 mins)'
14. Risk, uncertainty and decision making models (46 mins) More info
Prof. Jos√© M. Merig√≥  –  University of Barcelona, Spain

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • Decision making concept
  • Decision making environments
  • DM under certainty, uncertainty and risk
  • Ordered weighted averaging
  • DM under uncertainty: alternatives and criteria
  • Additional DM models
  • Dealing with imprecise information
  • Interval numbers
  • Fuzzy numbers
  • Imprecise information criteria
Play '15. Risk analysis of complex systems: using hierarchical bayesian models (28 mins)'
15. Risk analysis of complex systems: using hierarchical bayesian models (28 mins) More info
Dr. Zhenyu Yan  –  Lead Scientist, FICO (Fair Isaac Corporation), USA

TOPICS COVERED IN THIS TALK

  • Risk analysis
  • Risk assessment
  • Risk management
  • Likelihood
  • Consequence
  • Sparse data
  • Systems engineering
  • Bayesian statistics
  • Hierarchical Bayesian model
  • Cyber attack
  • Extreme event
  • Rare event
  • Process control system
  • Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) simulation
  • Winbugs
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Prof. Kurt J. Engemann Show Biography

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Prof. Kurt J. Engemann – Iona College, USA

Kurt J. Engemann is the Director of the Center for Business Continuity and Risk Management and Professor of Information Systems in the Hagan School of Business at Iona College. He has consulted professionally over the past thirty years in the area risk management decision modeling for major organizations and has been instrumental in the development and implementation of comprehensive business continuity management programs. Prof. Engemann is a Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) with the Disaster Recovery Institute International. Prof. Engemann is the editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Business Continuity and Risk Management and the International Journal of Technology, Policy and Management. He teaches courses in the areas of Business Continuity, Risk Management, Systems Development, Operations Management, and Decision Support Systems. Prof. Engemann is Distinguished Professor at The International Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics. He has a Ph.D. in Operations Research from New York University and has published extensively in the area of risk management and decision modeling.

Publication Date  /  Last Updated

May, 2011  /  January, 2012

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