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ACP Central Arizona Chapter Meeting – The Two Minute Drill
October 4, 2018 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am MST
MHA Consulting CEO Michael Herrera and BC in the Cloud President Frank Shultz will be presenting The Two Minute Drill for the monthly meeting of the ACP Central Arizona Chapter in Phoenix, Arizona on October 4, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. local time.
It’s the last 2 minutes in the game and you’re down by a few points. What key plays do you need to execute in order to pull ahead? How do you strategize your plan in this crucial time? Did you plan ahead for this type of situation? Now let’s apply this methodology to an incident. An incident has occurred, and the first 24 hours are the most critical. How do you react? This presentation, available through WebEx, will tackle the who, what, when, where, why and how to execute your playbook in the first 24 hours.
Date: October 4, 2018
Time: 8:30 am Breakfast & Networking
Program: 9:00 am – 11:00 am
Cost: There is no cost for the event, but registration is required with ACP Central Arizona chapter.
Frank Shultz, President, BC in the Cloud
Frank Shultz has designed and implemented Business Continuity Management platforms for over 12 years. As President of BC in the Cloud, he oversees the daily operations of the product platform and implementation services teams. His main focus is developing products and services that meet and exceed client expectations and to continue innovating the platform.
Michael Herrera, Chief Executive Officer, MHA Consulting
In his role as CEO, Michael Herrera provides global leadership to the entire set of industry practices and horizontal capabilities within MHA. Under his leadership, MHA has become a leading provider of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery services to organizations on a global level. He is also the founder of BCMMETRICS, a cloud-based suite of business continuity tools that have been designed to conduct Business Impact Analyses, assess compliance, and quantify residual risk in Business Continuity programs. Prior to founding MHA, he was a Regional VP for Bank of America, where he was responsible for Business Continuity across the southwest region.