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Building Resilient Organizations: Tomorrow’s Careers in Business Continuity
BCP担当者たちが一番頭を悩ませていることとは？ 金融サービスはリスクを管理するうえで他部門より優先して考えられているでしょうか？ リスクマネージャーは危機発生時に技術チームをどのように効果的に支援できるのでしょうか？ テロ発生時やサプライチェーン事故時の製造や流通の優先順位は？ 東京2020大会において日本の企業はグローバルな視点で何ができるのでしょうか？ DRI（Disaster Recovery Institute International）の昨年のレジリエンスに影響する3つの課題は「IT障害」「サイバー攻撃」「情報セキュリティーへの十分な投資」でしたが、今年の課題も同じ3項目が挙げられています。
What are the top issues that worry resilience professionals? Do financial services have an edge over other sectors in understanding and managing risk? How can resilience professionals best support the technology teams when a crisis occurs? Are international terrorism and supply chain failures priority resilience issues for global manufacturing and distribution corporations? What can Japanese companies draw from the global perspective to prepare for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games? Last year, DRI’s top three overall resilience issues were the business consequences of major IT failures, cyber-attacks, and adequate investment in information security. From this year’s survey of DRI Certified Professionals, the same three issues top our rankings again. There is now a stronger correlation between the probability of one of these factors occurring to an individual enterprise and the perceived business impact. Organizations now accept that technology interruptions are possible — even probable — and, they are a major threat to overall business viability in addition to broader concerns such as risk of another financial melt-down, flooding/extreme weather, and reputational damage via social media. Rapidly gaining attention is the risk of compliance failure with respect to data protection and privacy legislation. With so many risks at play, DRI’s President and CEO Chloe Demrovsky will provide guidance on what tomorrow’s careers in business continuity will look like including the growing presence of women in the field and how to build your skills to prepare for a changing world.
Chloe Demrovsky, President & CEO of DRI International
Chloe Demrovsky is the President and CEO of Disaster Recovery Institute International, the nonprofit that helps organizations prepare for and recover from disasters in business continuity and related fields. She designed DRI’s international market development strategy operating in over 50 countries.
She has appeared on Bloomberg TV, MSNBC and Fox and has served as an expert source for The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, The New York Times, and many more. She has presented at dozens of events across four continents, is a Rockefeller 100 Resilient Cities Subject Matter Advisor, and served as an editor for the 2017 version of The Professional Practices for Business Continuity Management and the coordinator for the first International Glossary for Resiliency.