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Attend Business Continuity Expo to keep up with the very latest techniques.

Business Continuity Expo And Conference : 29 February, 2008  (Technical Article)
This year's Business Continuity Expo is an unmissable opportunity to find out the latest business protection technology and network with professionals and peers alike.
Business Continuity Expo 2008 is just a few weeks away and this year's exhibition, free on-floor seminars and paid-for conference, has lots of on offer for those tasked with the role of protecting their organisations assets. Business continuity professionals and risk managers can explore how to mitigate risk; access the latest products and toolkits that help you manage crisis; and share experiences on how best to recover before, during and after an incident.

Business Continuity is no longer a case of preparing and dealing with disaster recovery. With it moving far higher up the corporate agenda, impacting on the overall operational success of the organisation, it's now about having the plans in place to enable an organisation to prepare and cope with potential incidences no matter how big or small. Exercising existing plans, creating the right structure for a fail-safe supply chain, dealing with personal liability and human resources, knowing how to keep your reputation in place in case of an incident, installing and having the back-up so that you can communicate during and after an incident and, of course, sound corporate governance and commercial strategy all fall under the business continuity remit.

Taking place at ExCeL London, 2nd - 3rd April 2008, Business Continuity Expo showcases the practical and technical products and solutions the very best industry providers have to offer. Contingency planning experts will be on hand at the event to discuss exercise and scenario testing, data centres and secondary sites, IT back-up and IT & Telecom infrastructure to communications infrastructures and logistics, outsourcing and supply policy.

If it's crisis and incident management you are interested in there will be specialists to talk to about information availability, emerging communications, facilities and management security, personnel & HR management, casualty management and media relations.

Incident and disaster recovery will also be covered by a team of experts at the event, discussing information retrieval and recovery, salvage and clean-up, brand & reputation management, HR management and legal recourse as well as decentralised workforce solutions. The free to attend on-floor seminars cover topics such as:

How to sell BC to the Board hosted by Richard Waterer, Head of Sales, Marsh.
Corporate Information: will volumes ever stop growing and how do we cope as Business Continuity Planners?'' with James Royds, Director, Infosec Associates.

Surviving the 2007 Floods - practical lessons for the BC community' Glenn Bowker, Sales Manager, BELFOR and Business Resilience - Standard Life's journey towards excellence' Dennis Flynn OBE, CEO, Crisis Solutions.

How resilient are the Mechanical & Electrical Systems that are supporting the critical aspects of your business?

Paul Thorn, Critical Infrastructure Management Consultant, Efficiency Direct Ltd.
The high-level paid- for conference co-located with Business Continuity Expo invites presentations and case studies form leading practitioners across multiple industry verticals. Speakers are drawn from public and private sectors who share latest thinking on the whole spectrum of sophisticated business continuity management; from risk analysis to protecting your reputation including Bruce Mann, Director, Civil Contingencies Secretariat,

Brett Lovegrove, Head of Counter Terrorism, City of London Police, Dr Nigel Brown, Lead for Resilient Telecommunications Strategy, Cabinet Office,
Matthew Butterworth, Head of Heathrow Intelligence The Metropolitan Police,
Charles Le Gallais, Director of Homeland Security and Resilience, Finmeccanica and Susan Hayes, Director, New York Metropolitan Opera to name but a few.
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