On this webcast, PwC shares the results of the most recent Business Continuity Insights survey and discusses the broader trends of recent changes in BCM and what challenges companies may face going forward, especially as they relate to crisis management / social media, BCM methodology, third party resiliency, and BCM 2022.
In the last decade risk management professionals have kept up with the rapid pace of change brought on by a global economic crisis, a handful of catastrophic natural and man-made crisis, and the emergence of disruptive technology, such as cloud computing and social media. These factors have influenced and redirected the focus on how companies approach and address business continuity management. We launched the Business Continuity Insights survey to gain a better understanding of how business continuity programs have adapted as a result of a changing environment and how the practice of business continuity management is poised to continue changing in the future. This webcast features PwC Business Continuity leader, Phil Samson, who shares the results of our most recent survey. Lynne Silverstein, PwC Advisory manager, joins Phil to discuss the broader trends of recent changes in BCM and what challenges companies may face going forward, especially as they relate to:
We hope you can watch this webcast to learn how other practitioners have adapted to recent changes while maintaining effective, flexible and sustainable business continuity programs as well as where your business continuity program may be headed in the future.
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