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Calendar of Events - DRIE Ottawa

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2/28/2024 - 2/29/2024
Business Continuity Incident Management System (BCIMS)
FEB 28-29 (09h00-12h00 EST)

A two-day virtual classroom interaction focusing on integrating the principles of the Incident Command System (ICS) with Business Continuity Management. Designed to improve decision-making and emergency response for your organization. Adapt to the changing environment! $525 +HST   

REGISTER
3/12/2024 - 3/15/2024
BCM for Government of Canada (FED BCM)
MAR 12-15 (09h00-12h00 EST)
A four-day virtual classroom interaction providing the required methodology for developing Canadian Government-mandated programs. The course is consistent with the Emergency Management Act (2011), Policy on Government Security (TBS, 2019), and the Business Continuity Management Program Guide (Centre for Resiliency and Continuity Management, Public Safety Canada, 2023 Edition).  Train your team - Strengthen Resiliency! $1575 +HST
REGISTER
3/25/2024 - 3/26/2024
CRP 501 - Cyber Resilience Review
2-day Course (March 25-26 2024)
There are countless opportunities for hackers to cause massive disruptions, all of which require a coordinated, collaborative response – and no organization is immune. Cyber Resilience Review is a fast-paced, two-day course that is built for the experienced resilience professional. Collaboration amongst areas is prime for a prompt, effective and efficient response, and with this course, you’ll be able to take steps to make that happen in your organization.

The objectives of this course are to:
  1. Provide students with detailed instruction, framework, and guidance for implementing the concepts essential to combining cyber security and business continuity into an effective Cyber Resilience program.
  2. Prepare students with actionable recommendations and best practices to represent an appropriate “value proposition” to an organization’s executive management that will help to ensure any investment necessary to step up to a strong Cyber Resilience program.
  3. Provide practical examples in cyber, response, and recovery scenarios to help understand the issues you will face.
  4. Share experiences with other professionals.
  5. Prepare to pass the Cyber Resilience Examination, so students can take the next steps toward being certified as a DRI International Certified Cyber Resilience Professional.