The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing us to alter how we work and remain productive. Our new normal consists of tele-working, dispersed workgroups, and the real risk of lower productivity as we lead our people and manage our businesses. Now that this crisis is upon us, the key question is ‘how do we respond?’ versus ‘how should we prepare?’. During this webinar our panel of experts in business continuity, crisis management, compliance, security and staffing will discuss real-time lessons learned about what organizations are doing today as well as short- and longer-term considerations for business resumption.
Following this webinar you will be able to:
- Identify actions you should take today to stabilize operations, enforce security, ensure compliance and manage staffing
- Articulate steps needed to resume operations
- Incorporate lessons learned into your crisis management plan for future disruptions
Dugan Krwawicz, Associate Director, Protiviti
Dugan is an Associate Director in Protiviti’s Technology Consulting practice with a focus on operational risk: specifically, Business Continuity. He has over 13 years of experience and expertise in all facets of Business Continuity, including Enterprise Emergency Readiness, Business Unit Recovery, Crisis Management, Crisis Communications, IT Disaster Recovery and Incident Response. Dugan has developed and directed all aspects of national Business Continuity programs and helped organizations through multiple real-life crisis events.
Doug Wilbert, Managing Director, Protiviti
Doug is a Managing Director in Protiviti’s Risk and Compliance practice. Doug has over twenty years’ experience in financial services / capital markets and has worked on large scale consulting projects that range from financial close optimization to organization change management to large regulatory / technology projects for large banks, broker dealers and custodians. These projects include work from the front office though operations, technology and finance.
Matthew Watson, Managing Director, Protiviti
Matthew is a Managing Director in Protiviti’s Technology Consulting practice and is a leader in the Business Continuity Management solution area. He is a Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) and has extensive experience helping clients solve challenging issues related to crisis management, business resumption, and IT disaster recovery.
Michael Porier, Managing Director, Protiviti
Michael is a Managing Director in Protiviti’s Cybersecurity and Privacy practice and is one of our global Business Continuity Management leads specializing in assessing and implementing Business Continuity solutions for clients. His expertise includes performing Business Impact Assessments to assist organizations in determining their critical business processes and working with IT to evaluate potential recovery solutions. He has performed numerous strategic assessments as well as implemented full business continuity programs, inclusive of Crisis Management Plans, Business Resumption Plan and Disaster Recovery Plans.
Tim Hird, Executive Director, Robert Half Management Resources
Tim Hird is executive vice president of enterprise optimization for Robert Half and Protiviti. In his role, Hird enhances Robert Half-Protiviti offerings to help businesses create functions and processes, address performance issues, and drive improvement. Hird is a noted speaker, author and commentator on issues impacting finance and accounting professionals, such as career and workplace management, employment trends, regulatory reform, and employee mobility. He has worked with leading professional associations on initiatives ranging from thought leadership and national-conference presentations to chapter building.
1.2 CPE credits available for live attendees only.