ACP May Webinar 

NextGen BIA – It’s Not Just for Business Continuity Anymore!
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Join your colleagues and peers Wednesday, May 22 at 12:00 pm Eastern as ACP National Board member Megan Epperson discusses topics including streamlining the BIA, mechanizing the BIA, integrating the BIA Megan Eppersonwith the risk assessment, and many others; to include eliminating the BIA altogether as proposed by adaptive methodologies. The point of this presentation will describe a major expansion of the BIA across multiple risk disciplines supporting a fundamental business intelligence and requirements contribution to all risk domains. This expanded approach will incorporate various risk disciplines to include Information Security, Physical Security, Incident Management, Risk Management, Operational Risk and many other risk disciplines.

Date: Wednesday, May 22
Time: 12:00PM EDT
Presenter: Megan Epperson, MBCI, CBCP
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