Disaster Planning: Five Steps to Protect Your Operations

Start time:
On Demand
Duration:
1 hour
Location:
Online
Contact:
Tanya Roldan, Moss Adams, 503-478-2175
Cost to attend:
Complimentary

Adequate planning allows your business to address uncertainty, improve decision-making processes, and protect company value. However, many companies neglect to plan their emergency response or restoration approach in the event of a system failure or compromise.

In our on-demand webcast, we discuss the difference between business continuity and disaster recovery. We also cover key reasons to develop recovery and continuity plans, strategies for doing so, and a five-step process for creating and implementing continuous operations plans in the event of a natural disaster or security breach.

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Speakers

Troy Hawes, Senior Director, Moss Adams

Troy understands industry-based security needs and those that are a result of the business structure. He leads teams in providing IT security and privacy assessments, disaster recovery preparation, and audits of service providers. Troy manages technology security and compliance assessments using a number of different security frameworks under both national and international regulatory standards. He leverages his security expertise to help clients identify areas of potential security weakness and to establish an enterprise-wide threat-management program.

Jon King, Consulting Manager, Moss Adams

With over 10 years’ experience in the information technology and cybersecurity industry, Jon is an accomplished information security specialist. His expertise includes managing technical infrastructure systems and advising senior leadership on developing and improving security programs and policies. Jon specializes in the application of complex security requirements, vulnerability reviews, system and network engineering, both risk and change management, audit compliance, and data recovery.

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