Re -vamping your Business Continuity Plan with the latest best practices in building resilience in your organisation
Is your Business Continuity Plan (BCP) proving to be a failure… or is it non-existent?
This workshop includes regional case studies on COVID-19, cyber risk (e.g. incurred by large scale work-from-home scenarios), natural disasters and their related impact on the supply chain. Learn from a leading global expert about advanced BCP techniques and proven methods to prepare a hands-on BCP.
Learn how to improve your Business Continuity… step-by-step. This workshop follows the Business As Usual cycle, which is a best-practice model for implementing Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery processes in your organisation.
It provides participants with in-depth information, examples, best-practice recommendations and interactive exercises structured according to the following 8 components of the cycle.
Your Eminent Workshop Facilitator
Rinske is an internationally known consultant, speaker and certified Business Continuity, Information Security and Risk Management trainer. She was awarded Alumnus of the Year 2012 of Delft University, Australian Business Woman of the Year 2010-13 by BPW, and Risk Consultant of the Year 2017 (Australasia) by RMIA.
Her firm, Business As Usual (BAU), since 2006, has successfully competed against the Big Four to work with prestigious clients including 10 Central Banks, APEC, BBC, Toll, Shell, Boeing, Fuji Xerox, Fujitsu, Departments of Defence/ Immigration/Health/ Industry/Education/Foreign Affairs and 100s of other organisations worldwide.
Rinske Geerlings (based in Australia) is a leading authority on Business Continuity, Risk Management and Information security. She won the prestigious Risk Consultant of the Year (2017, RMIA Australasia) award and was also Outstanding Security Consultant of the Year (2019 finalist, OSPAs) and BPW Business Woman 2010-2013.
Rinske is an internationally known consultant, speaker and certified Business Continuity, Information Security & Risk Management trainer. Her firm, Business As Usual (BAU), since 2006, has worked with prestigious clients such as 12 Central Banks, APEC, BBC, Toll, Shell, Fuji Xerox, Fujitsu, NIB Health Funds, Toga, ASIC, Departments of Defence/Immigration/Health/Industry/ Education/Foreign Affairs and 100s of other organisations, small and large, worldwide.
She draws on more than 20 years’ experience across Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Africa, South America and Europe. Rinske has been changing the way organisations ‘plan for the unexpected’. Her facilitation skills enable organisations to achieve their own results and simplifying their processes. She applies a fresh, energetic, fun, practical, easy-to-apply, innovative approach to BCP, Security, Risk and Disaster Recovery… topics often perceived as dull and cumbersome.
Her alter ego includes being lead singer and manager of SophieG Music, which is involved in major music projects – including those contributing to the global charity Playing For Change, which provides music education to children in disadvantaged regions.