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Planning a Mock Disaster Exercise

Today’s emerging risks and threats are complex and highly evolving. Business continuity planners are expected to have comprehensive incident management and business continuity plans to address a wide range of potential threats that could disrupt and paralyze a company’s ability to meet the needs of its critical stakeholders for an extended period of time. Join us for a webinar presentation on Planning a Mock Disaster Exercise from MHA Consulting CEO Michael Herrera.

Business Impact Analysis 101

MHA Consulting CEO Michael Herrera will be presenting Business Impact Analysis 101 for the monthly meeting of the ACP Central Maryland Chapter on April 14, 2021 from 7:00 to 8:00 AM PDT. […]

Third Parties & Organizational Risk

Your vendors and suppliers are integral to your success, and any disruption can be a major threat to business continuity. Third-party vendors of all types bring needed expertise, goods and services to your organization, but reliance on third-party providers, key suppliers, or business partners may expose your organization to vulnerabilities that can prevent resumption of operations in a timely manner.

Mock Disaster Exercise – ACP Central Arizona Chapter

MHA Consulting CEO Michael Herrera will be presenting a Mock Disaster Exercise at the annual member appreciation luncheon of the ACP Central Arizona Chapter in Phoenix, Arizona on June 3, 2021 from 11:00 […]

Evaluating Your BIA Results

It’s common to focus on the technical aspects of the BIA and the issue of collaborating effectively with department heads. Frequently overlooked is the challenge of presenting your findings to management and getting that all-important signature that allows you to proceed with implementation. Join us as we take closer look at how to evaluate your BIA results to maximize results and ensure management support.

Practicing Digital Self-Defense and Preparation

Your vendors and suppliers are integral to your success, and any disruption can be a major threat to business continuity. Third-party vendors of all types bring needed expertise, goods and services to your organization, but reliance on third-party providers, key suppliers, or business partners may expose your organization to vulnerabilities that can prevent resumption of operations in a timely manner.

Top 8 Skills of a BCM Professional

Working as a BCM professional is an unusual position in that it requires the skills and temperament of both an introvert and an extrovert. Join us as we take a closer look at the skills that will set you up for success as a BCM professional.

Strategy vs. Execution: The Functional BC/DR Program

We often see companies devise excellent strategies and documentation for their business continuity and IT/disaster recovery planning and perform tests. We will be discussing how to look at your BCM Program objectively to understand the difference between having plans and being fully prepared.

Taking Your Business Recovery Plan Beyond the Template

Learn how to craft Request For Proposals (RFPs) that will elicit quality responses from potential vendors, the first step on the road to success for your business continuity project. Join us as we take a closer look at how to get the most out of your RFP. 

Mock Disaster Exercise ACP Chapter Meeting

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Richard Long will be presenting at the Central Arizona Association of Continuity Professionals member appreciation luncheon. Today’s emerging risks and threats are complex and highly evolving. Business continuity planners are expected to […]

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