Maturing a BCP program or an emergency response/management program can be very difficult when internal silos keep them apart. This session will use a program at a hospital system to provide examples of issues and potential solutions for the practitioner. Your participation is encouraged and the problems being reviewed are real world, not theoretical. The case study being used is a real system fighting loss of personnel, extremely tight budgets, lack of support and visibility. The very issues faced at most healthcare institutions – and manufacturing sites, distribution sites, large and small companies alike.
- Regulatory Environments do not always reflect operational reality
- Integration may equal force multiplication.
- Three integrated programs working toward a goal is more effective than each working separately
- 4. Integrated exercising can find issues otherwise left undiscovered
About Fred Klapetzky
Fred has been working in business operations, physical and information security, information systems, and disaster recovery/business continuity since 1981.
Fred has worked in Financial Services, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Insurance, Health Care, Publishing, Retail, Telecommunications, Higher Education, and e-commerce companies.
Fred was also a Federal Agent and pioneer in Computer Crime Investigations. His security knowledge and capabilities make him uniquely qualified to assess and recommend improvements in operations, facilities, technology and supply chains to ensure security, availability, and data integrity.