MHA Consulting Free Webinar “The Business Impact Analysis Study – Cornerstone to Identifying What is Critical to Your Organization”

Michael Herrera

MHA Consulting presents “The Business Impact Analysis Study – Cornerstone to Identifying What is Critical to Your Organization”

The Business Impact Analysis (BIA) is the cornerstone of a quality Business Continuity Planning program and is a crucial first step to identifying the mission critical business processes and applications of your organization. Additionally, it will help you identify the appropriate recovery strategies and technologies required to recover the mission critical business processes and applications of your organization in a timeframe consistent with the needs of your organization. Without a BIA study, your BCP program will lack direction and focus when it comes to protecting what is most critical to your organization in a cost effective and timely manner. This session will cover the basics of a “best practice” BIA and the steps required to successfully implement it in your organization today. Register today for this free, insightful webinar to be held on January 28, 2010 at 11 am est.

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Instructor Biographies

Michael Herrera is the President and CEO of MHA Consulting, a business continuity planning and information technology consulting firm servicing today’s leading private and public sector organizations. He and his firm bring real world, executable experience that includes twenty (20) years experience in business continuity planning that encompasses the biotech, consumer, education, financial, government, healthcare, hi-tech, insurance, manufacturing, retail and public utility industries.

Patrick Potter is the VP of Business Development & Service Delivery at MHA Consulting. Most recently, Patrick was an Associate Director at Protiviti, a global business risk and internal audit consulting firm. Patrick’s responsibilities included leading the BCM practice for the Phoenix office, which spans Arizona, Nevada and New Mexico. He also led teams working with client companies in Internal Audit, Sarbanes Oxley / regulatory compliance, IT and other areas of risk consulting. He has a Bachelors degree from Northern Arizona University and a Master of Business Administration (MBA).