Wednesday, June 22nd at 10am ET / 3pm BST
Topic: Operational Resilience
Hear Michael Bratton and Steve Linder discuss how to effectively navigate the process of both defining impact tolerances and stress testing.
Sense-check your existing supply chain resilience strategies as we provide ideas for improvement and help you look at what’s ahead in the industry.
Discover the top takeaways from the Evolving Resiliency Strategies report and hear our insights on what this data may indicate for business resilience in the future.
This webinar provides useful information for organizations considering implementing operational resilience, providing a framework to start from and a demo of the Castellan SaaS platform.
How are board members prioritizing resilience? By surveying members at the board level, this research report set out to answer this question and more.
In this webinar, we dig through the noise on “executive support” and provide you with key insights to help you better understand how to engage your executive leadership team and Board.
This guide is designed to help you proactively build your cyber response capabilities to anticipate, respond to, and recover from cyber attacks.
Operational resilience is at the cutting edge of current thinking about how to protect organizations from internal and external threats and incidents. It involves prevention…
This guide is designed to help you set a solid foundation for operational resilience, get traction with executives, and boost confidence that your organization has done all that’s practical to prepare for disruptions.
In this webinar, we look at how you can identify plausible scenarios, use them for stress testing, and utilize them to clarify the connection between operational resilience and business continuity.
Leverage plausible scenarios to generate clarity and confidence, make operational resilience “real” for executives, and accelerate compliance.
Castellan’s new SaaS platform not only supports your organization and customers during a crisis, but continuously, through all the ups and downs of normal operations.
2020 not only demonstrated that business continuity is much more than making plans to deal with disasters and disruptions. It also cemented that it’s an integral part of a broader resilience effort.