This seminar is for stakeholders in the success and survival of your business, enterprise, corporation, organization, or agency. While all will benefit, this is most useful for those who have supervisorial, managerial, ownership, investment, planning or executive roles with the aforementioned. It’s for those who lead, manage and prepare. This is going beyond individual emergency preparedness to addressing the challenges that face organizations and businesses in dealing with all hazards and threats, whether natural disasters or manmade catastrophes, and ensuring continuity of your operations. It is about understanding what risks you should focus your time and attention (and resources) to addressing, then how they impact your company, business model, workforce and/or office/location. It’s about mitigation and management, and preparedness of your organization and developing resiliency. It will address the real-world challenges in terms of how to manage, plan and even communicate in a crisis. While this is not about cybersecurity, it will also address some of the unique challenges posed by AI and the feared day where Quantum computing may suddenly reveal all encryption (messages, files, etc.) ever made. If you have only one online seminar to attend this year, this will likely be the one.
Some of the key points to be discussed:
• Organizational and Enterprise Emergency Preparedness
• Concepts of Continuity of Operations Planning (COOP)
• Synchronizing Individual and Office Emergency Preparedness with Business, Corporate and/or Organizational COOP
• Being Prepared: A Step-by-Step Approach (…the prepared mind)
• Disaster Mitigation and Emergency Preparedness: A Wholistic Understanding
• Leading Before the Crisis, During the Crisis and After Crisis
• Crisis and Emergency Communications
If you are concerned about disasters, wars and the onslaught of advanced technology, and have only one online seminar to attend this year, this will likely be the one.
Hal Kempfer, CEO GRIP
Hal Kempfer is a longstanding expert in strategic risk supporting a variety of major government, military and private sector entities, worldwide, and is regularly seen “on air” analyzing national and homeland security issues for various television news networks. Hal is a retired Marine Intelligence Officer and former military Emergency Preparedness Liason Officer to FEMA Region IX.
Who Can Attend:
Open to anyone.