Bummer! Sales have ended.
Unfortunately, tickets for this event are no longer on sale.
Presented By Al Berman, Disaster Recovery Institute International
This Session is no rehash of things BCP past. You know, that presentation promising to be about what's new, and yet the first slide you see is entitled "The History of BCP." This is NOT that! Attend this session to learn about the important issues and developments impacting our profession (and our world!) right now. And while we won't be covering the past, the present and future are fair game.
We'll explore realities and trends in the supply chain, including strategies currently being implemented by Japanese manufacturers. We'll talk cloud computing, as well as cloud concerns like security, reliability, fear, and regulatory compliance. And speaking of regulations, we'll also get into standards, regulations, and laws...Oh my! So, select this session if a frank discussion of what's now and what's next is what interests you.
Alan Berman Bio
Disaster Recovery Institute (DRI) International Executive Director is a Master Business Continuity Professional (MBCP). He is a member of numerous organizations and committees, including the ASIS International, BSI Technical Committee, ANSI-ANAB Committee of Experts, National Fire Prevention Association, and the New York Partnership for Security and Risk Managment.
Mr. Berman was the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Committee Chair responsible for leading the committee in the creation of the new standard for the U.S. Private Sector Preparedness Act (PS-Prep). He served on the Homeland Security Standards Panel and was a member of the U.S. Congressional Committee Project for National Security Reform. In addition, Mr. Berman is a standards and regulatory advisor to governments worldwide.
Over his 25-year career, Mr. Berman has held many leadership positions, including serving as President and CIO for a major financial institution, National Practice Leader for Operational Resiliency at PricewaterhouseCoopers and Global Business Continuity Management Practice Leader at Marsh.