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BANG 2nd Annual Resilience Symposium

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BANG 2nd Annual Resilience Symposium agenda:

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0800 - 0845 – Registration/Tea/Coffee/Danish

0845 - 0900 – Introduction to the Resilience Symposium by Steve Yates FBCI, CBCP – BANG Chair

0900 - 0915 – Industry Key Note Speech by Vernon Soares – Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director for the Institute of Chartered Accountants for England & Wales (ICAEW)

Presentation summary: The key note speech will address the challenges for any 21st Century organisation, where the need for Resilience should be a key consideration in their strategic thinking.

0915 - 1000 – Best practice approach to developing Integrated Organisational Resilience by Michael Fuller MBE, MBA, MA – Chief Executive for Global Resilience

Presentation summary: A deepening spectrum of risks faced by all organisations is contributing to greater vulnerabilities to business sustainability and information security. Developing an integrated approach to organisational resilience is becoming increasingly important to mitigate against a more complex risk spectrum and equally important in developing business sustainability as well as crisis preparedness, response and management. This presentation seeks to present a best-practice approach to developing Integrated Organisational Resilience, based on a proven, best-practice approach.

1000 - 1030 – Tea/Coffee

1030 - 1115 – The future of Work Area Recovery (WAR) in the 21st Century by Andrew Lawton – CEO & Founder for Fortress

Presentation summary: WAR in the 21st Century? Throughout 2016 Andrew asked over 200 businesses in London what they wanted from their business continuity/work area recovery provider. The results are interesting and surprising. In this talk, Andrew explains his findings and makes recommendations for the future.

1115 - 1200 - EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by Santiago Castro – Head of Strategy for Keyrus

Presentation summary: In less than one year (May 2018), all companies handling personal data will be expected to comply with a new set of privacy requirements under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Non-compliant businesses can be threatened with a fine of up to 20 million Euros or 4% of total annual sales.

Key takeaways:

  • What is GDPR and the scale of change involved?
  • How to apply Agile Principles to GDPR Preparation, Privacy by Design, and Privacy Engineering, etc.
  • See real-world delivery examples of GDPR preparedness in action
  • Understand the importance of Data Governance & Master Data Management in relation to GDPR preparedness

1200 - 1215 - Roundtable

1215 - 1300 - Lunch

1300 - 1345 – Operational Business Continuity by Penny Killow, MSc, MBCI – Global Crisis and Business Continuity Manager for Moody’s Corporation

Presentation summary: The presentation will focus on the challenges and opportunities of regulatory requirements related to business continuity and risk.

1345 - 1430 – Risk appetite and resilience indicators by Fi Passey - Head of Risk, Reporting and Governance | Operational Resilience and Risk | Operations and Delivery Community for Nationwide

Presentation summary: Operational Resilience remains high on the agenda for both the Boards and Regulators of UK financial services providers following a number of high profile service outages and cyber-attacks. Like many of their Plc peers, Nationwide Building Society has established a dedicated Operational Resilience function, strategy and investment programme. Fi Passey, Head of Risk in Nationwide’s Operational Resilience team will share insights into the use of Board Risk Appetite metrics to develop organisational awareness and shape business priorities. This will be a practitioner’s perspective of how risk management techniques can be harnessed in a multi-disciplinary approach to improving resilience.

1430 - 1500 - Tea/Coffee

1500 - 1545 – How does someone move from academia to Resilience? – Elodie Huet MSc - Business Continuity Assistant Consultant I Resilience, Security & Risk for Arup

Presentation summary: Whilst living in Mexico City, Elodie experienced an earthquake of 7.6 on the Richter scale. The level of disruption this caused, and her reaction compared to her Mexican colleagues, was the seismic shift that transformed her career path, lead her to study an MSc in Risk, Disaster and Resilience at UCL. Her presentation will focus on when she was looking for a role in Business Continuity and Resilience, covering the challenges that she encounter and how they were overcome.

1545 - 1630 - What’s a resilience professional to do? Charting a career path in the future world of robots – Chloe Demrovsky - Executive Director (from 1st July 2017 will be CEO and President) of Disaster Recovery Institute (DRI) International

Presentation summary: What’s a resilience professional to do? This session will talk about how the career path of the resilience professional is changing to meet this new world. How are the job requirements changing, what exactly is a ‘resilience professional’, and what is DRI International doing to make sure that Certified Professionals stay current? And who knows?

1630 - 1645 - Roundtable

1645 - 1700 - Close by BANG Chair followed by a Networking Session for those who can stay.

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