About this event
The Coronavirus is closing down factories, stopping transport, stalling exports, and breaking supply chains. Predictions are that the disruptions from the virus will last well into 2021. Pausing your business is not an option, and steps must be taken to ensure the continuation of your operations.
Having a Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) in place reduces the frequency and impact of disruptions and helps you return to "business as usual" as swiftly as possible despite any major obstacles. With a strong BCMS your employees, partners, and clients can all trust that your organization can endure major disruptions such as the Coronavirus outbreak.
This webinar will explore:
- Why it is important to develop a Business Continuity plan.
- How to conduct a Business Impact Analysis.
- What parts of business are at risk during a viral outbreak.
- How to avoid disruptions to your suppliers' suppliers.
Willy Fabritius will explain the importance of developing a Business Continuity plan for times like these as well as how to conduct a Business Impact Analysis.
About the Presenters
Willibert "Willy" Fabritius is BSI’s global expert for Information Security. He is a certified Lead Auditor for ISO 9001 and has over 20 years of experience with management system implementation and certification. Willy is also a Lead Auditor for ISO 22301 and ISO/IEC 27001, and has a Master’s degree in Computer Science/Computer Technology.