2020 National Board Voting Begins Monday

The two week voting period for four (4) seats on the 2020 ACP National Board of Directors opens this Monday, October 14. Members in good standing will find the ballots in their email Monday morning. There are seven (7) candidates for the open seats; you may vote for a maximum of four. When your ballot has been completed, press the “Done” button and your vote will be electronically recorded. All votes must be cast by midnight Friday, October 25.

The candidates are:

    • Mary Carrido
    • Mark Carroll
    • Megan Epperson
    • Dr. Bernard Jones
    • Stuart Murray
    • Scott Ream
    • Ronald Williams

Learn more about each candidate here


ACP October Webinar:

Ready to Recover to the Cloud? Be Sure to Consider These Things First.

Presented by Sungard Availability Services

Sungard ASWednesday October 16, 2019 at 12:00 PM EDT.

Presented by Joseph George, VP Project Management, Global Recovery Services

Register Today!

You recognize the advantages of cloud recovery. You’re ready to get started. But before you jump in, there are a number of questions you should ask and changes you should prepare for.

What are the cost implications, and what level of performance will you get? Will transitioning to a cloud-based recovery solution speed up your recovery? Should you do it yourself or partner with a provider? Should you recover in a service provider’s environment or to the public cloud? What about your work loads running in a public cloud?

In this presentation, we’ll take an in-depth look at these and other key factors to consider when adopting a cloud recovery strategy.

More Information and registration here.


A Second October Webinar...

Presented by the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter

Risks and Strategies Involved With an Electro Magnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack.

Date: Wednesday, October 30, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM Eastern; 10:00 AM Pacific
Presenter: Dr. Edward Goldberg, CBCP
Register here.

Why do you, as a continuity planner or resiliency SME, need to know what an EMP is? Do you need to worry about it? Prepare for it? What if our nation’s power went out and stayed out for 6 months or a year? What if phones stopped working? What if all motor vehicles stopped running? Ed will discuss the effect an attack would have on business and society and what is being done and/or can be done to mitigate and recover from it.

More information and registration here

ACP NEWS

  • ACP Adds New Chapter in Ohio
    The ACP National Board of Directors has approved the petition of ACP of Ohio to become the Associati...

    - read more -


  • ACP Connecticut Chapter’s 2018 Three Quarter’s Program
    The State of Organizational Resilience - John Morency, Research Vice President, Gartner.As organizat...

    - read more -


  • ACP Eastern Great Lakes Chapter 2018 Conference
    Join your colleagues at Batavia Downs Gaming & Hotel for this one day event on Tuesday, Septembe...

    - read more -

  • ACP June Webinar
    Continuity Compensation Assessment – Results are In! Date: Wednesday, June 20 Time: 12:00 pm...

    - read more -

ACP SPOTLIGHT

  • New Lessons from California’s Wildfires
    By David GeringMember, ACP Los Angeles Chapter As continuity planning and resilience professionals, it may be easy to become blasé about the many natural disasters that occur with seemingly increasing frequency. However, it would be unwise to assume nothing new may be learned and applied in both our professional and personal lives. As I write this on Friday, November 16, 2018, authorities are searching for over 600 people missing and feared dead as a result of the Camp Fire in Northern California. More than 20,000 evacuated from a town that was reduced to smoking rubble in hours. And then ...

    - read more -