From the structure to the content of the conference to the speakers, it was a very informative, interesting, and very beneficial conference. A very well-organized conference, and an excellent job done by the chairs. - Regional Emergency Manager
Ontario Provincial Government
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Interactive, Case Study-Driven Event!

Canadian BCP & Emergency Management

Manage Emerging Threats to Your Organization and Get Actionable Strategies from Real-World Case Studies and Interactive Discussions

June 6 - 7, 2017  ·  Toronto, Ontario
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Featured Speaker Confirmed for Canadian BCP & Emergency Management Toronto:
Wong Castro O'Callaghan Mangialardi Riley
Ashwood MacLeod Ng Hay McLellan
Assess New Types of Threats to Business Continuity
  • Scan the horizon for new types of critical corporate threats and solutions
  • Address how Big Data is changing the business case for preparedness
  • Hear strategies for aligning the missions of ERM and BCM
  • Learn how to create a transformative security awareness program
  • Discuss the latest evidence-based readiness model for cyberattack protection
  • Get insights on preparing for Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems outage, a business not a technical imperative
  • Learn about the trusted insider threats and how to keep ahead of its disruption
  • Take away examples of ensuring third party service providers meet your standards
  • Update your knowledge in terrorism risks with emphasis on organizational continuity
  • Assess scenarios for when to do what first: risk assessment or business impact assessment
  • Clarify how organizational resiliency can be monitored and measured
  • Review best practices in integrating social media into emergency preparedness efforts
  • Assess the landscape for severe weather risks and innovative, regionalized action plans
  • Tackle the human behavior component in your crisis planning
  • Improve your organizationís BCP/DR exercises
  • Understand the science behind measuring probability of risk
  • Acknowledge how to integrate workplace violence plan into your BCP
  • Hear the latest in response strategies from critical infrastructure organizations
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I absolutely enjoyed this conference. From the structure to the content of the conference to the speakers, it was a very informative, interesting, and very beneficial conference. A very well-organized conference, and an excellent job done by the chairs.
- Regional Emergency Manager
Ontario Provincial Government
Eye opener with a lot of great information to back what the speakers were focusing on. Great real-life examples.
- Manager, Information Technology/Building and Maintenance
North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit
Great to attend a conference with such passionate attendees and presenters.
- Continuity of Operations Coordinator
Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
Overall an excellent conference - good variety of relevant speakers and topics. Current - very enjoyable - good networking opportunities!
- Director, Corporate Strategy, Project Management and Reporting
Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation
Benefit from experiences and others' lessons learned.
- DSO, Director Security and Administration,
Public Safety Canada
Presentations were well prepared and interesting.
- Manager, Business Continuity and Emergency Preparedness
Correctional Services Canada
There was some excellent information presented here with a lot of varied experience.
- Business Continuity Coordinator
Government of Alberta
I appreciate the quality of the speakers.
- Building Emergency Officer
Industry Canada
Very informative sessions/speakers.
- Manager, Emergency Measures
Government of Nunavut
Who Should Attend This Event

  • Business Continuity Planners
  • Emergency Crises Managers
  • Government Communications Planners
  • Emergency Management Professionals
  • Directors, Managers and Officer-in-Charge of Corporate Security
  • Safety Coordinators
  • Training Coordinators
  • Policy and Strategic Direction Personnel
  • Preparedness and Response Front-Line Professionals
  • Community Response Professionals
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Striving towards organizational and community resiliency requires vigilance in preparation, a commitment to collaboration with stakeholders outside your silos, and a continual assessment of new types of threats. We are now at the crossroads of digital disruption, experiencing an increased number of extreme weather events, and have renewed challenges in the landscape of terrorism. As these threats have evolved, so has the need to collaborate with organizations and colleagues across the country.

INFONEX's Canadian BCP & Emergency Management brings you leadership in the front lines of business continuity and emergency management. The two-day program will address the changing framework of risks, how to integrate contingency planning, and enhance critical infrastructure resiliency. You will hear from both corporate and government practitioners and gain insights on various perspectives of overcoming these challenges.

Identify vulnerabilities and deficiencies that can cripple your emergency response. Evaluate the effectiveness of your exercise drills, and lockdown procedures. Take away an action plan for employee training and awareness that overcomes the major obstacles to behavior change. Integrate business continuity and emergency management strategies. Learn critical lessons and best practices from first-hand case studies. Maximize efficiency of your business continuity teams. Optimize your resources to achieve your resiliency objectives. Improve your communications with your crisis team, employees and the public.

In order to meet the newest emergency management challenges, the industry needs to take a more collaborative approach. Our new interactive format will provide you with the opportunity to work through your challenges with your colleagues and learn from their case studies and experiences.

Navigating the changing landscape of business continuity and emergency management requires practical intelligence sharing - both within your organization and outside. Join us in Toronto and hear how all the stakeholders together can be a bulwark to these threats. Register today!

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