San Francisco Bay Area
The San Francisco Bay Area ACP Chapter serves the continuity professionals of the greater Bay Area. Our members come from both the private and public sectors and are involved with disciplines such as business continuity, emergency management, cybersecurity, physical security, and supply chain resiliency.
Our Chapter's Vision Statement: San Francisco Bay Area ACP Chapter - Leading Bay Area organization providing opportunities for professionals to connect and grow through an innovative knowledge network to meet the resiliency demands of today and tomorrow.
Althea De Guzman
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Past Meeting Recordings and Slide Decks
Current chapter members can access an archive of past webinar recordings and meeting slide decks via the chapter newsletter.
Earning Continuing Education Units
There are a number of ways to earn continuing education units (CEUs) through ACP, which help you maintain your certifications. Some of the common ones include:
Please refer to your certifying organizations for specific details about what counts as CEUs and how they should be counted.
ACP National Resources
In addition to benefits from being part of the San Francisco Bay Area ACP Chapter, members also have access to resoruces at the national level.
Traveling outside the Bay Area - see if there is a chapter where you are headed: ACP Chapters
Online Articles & Reports
Articles Submitted by Our Membership
Emerging Risks (published by AIRMIC & Marsh): This guide has a focus on emerging risks with an objective of providing support to the risk professional. The guide addresses the changing external and internal business context and the impact this has on business transformation and the speed of decision making and agility.
Rise of the Machines: Transforming Cybersecurity Strategy for the Age of IoT (published by Forescout): In this report, smart building is used as a case study of a network where legacy OT assets (such as programmable logic controllers), IT systems (such as workstations) and IoT devices (such as IP cameras and smart lights) share the same network