10 January, 2012 at 3:00 PM GMT
Send Word Now is pleased to invite you to attend and participate in our webinar focused on "Let the Business Continuity Exercises Begin - Preparing for the Olympics."
Many organisations are unaware of the negative impacts that the 2012 Olympic Games, and the large influx of foreign visitors that come along with the event, can have on UK-based businesses. With less than 300 days left until the games, the government is strongly urging organisations to reassess their business continuity policies. Maintaining resiliency during large events can be difficult, but gaining a firm understanding on what the risks are is the first step to successfully minimizing disruptions.
Join Send Word Now and our featured speaker, Justin Crump, CEO of Sibylline Ltd and Editor, CSARN Security Risk Monitor, to learn about:
- The real nature of the security threats from the London 2012 Olympics
- What every business continuity planner and security professional should know about preparing for a large-scale event
- How the UK plans to mitigate risks
- Why effective communications should play a critical role in your preparedness plan
About Justin Crump - CEO of Sibylline Ltd and Editor, CSARN Security Risk Monitor
Justin is a leading security and risk analysis expert. He is the CEO of Sibylline Ltd, a specialist intelligence consultancy, and is the editor of the successful and highly-regarded City Security and Resilience Networks (CSARN) Security Risk Monitor. This publication, issued to subscribers twice a month, includes a specific section on the Olympics and Justin is pleased to be able to share the insight and expertise he has gained over many months of research and analysis. A former British Army reconnaissance officer and serving reservist CBRN specialist, Justin is in demand as a conference and media speaker, and he regularly writes for the Huffington Post and a variety of other journals. Most recently, he was specially asked to pen a guest column for the 100th edition of Force, the magazine of the Indian Armed Forces. His areas of expertise include jihadist terrorism, issues in Northern Ireland, single issue violence and extremism, the progression of the Occupy movement, security in South Asia/South-East Asia/the Middle East, cyber intelligence and the study and exploitation of social media for situational awareness. Recent speaking engagements have included addressing the OSAC conference (hosted by the US State Department) on Social Media in the London Riots, and as a panellist at the Westminster eForum on cyber threats and resilience.