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Webinar

Reducing Risk During a Pandemic

The Department of Homeland Security recently published advice on four principles to safeguard your infrastructure, supply chain, cyber security, workforce and customers. Hear from ServiceNow experts as they break down these criticalities. And that’s just the beginning – organizations must move from pandemic response into ongoing crises management across all types of business risk in all departments – whether HR, IT or Customer Support. We explore the landscape of crises planning including:   
  • Best practices in data collection to inform response plans 
  • Assembling a crisis management team
  • Preparing for IT outages and security incidents 
  • Using an integrated risk framework to measure and respond to risk, wherever it appears
Watch this webinar for these insights and more to maintain operational resiliency – keep your business alert, safe and secure.

Featured speakers:
Christy ‘Dru’ Druzynski, CISSP, GCIH, Enterprise Solutions Consultant, ServiceNow
Dan Minter, CISM, CBCP, MBCI, Sr. Advisory Solution Consultant, ServiceNow
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