The DRJ Spring World 2017 conference brings together the best professionals in business continuity expertise, research and analysis. Held from March 26-29, 2016 in Orlando, Florida, attendees will have the opportunity to network with industry experts, attend presentations and advance their professional development. Firestorm is pleased to be a co-sponsor for the event.
The three-day conference features:
- Exhibit Hall – with top companies, consultants and vendors gathered in one location
- Networking – Connect with peers and industry leaders
- Workshops – 10 workshops for attendees
Firestorm CEO/President and Co-founder, Jim Satterfield, will be presenting two sessions at the 2017 DRJ conference. His sessions are below.
1.) Open Source Intelligence – How do you know what you don’t know?
Sunday, March 26 from 1:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Presented by: Jim Satterfield, Firestorm CEO/President and Co-Founder
One of the top three failures in a disaster or risk is the failure to monitor all threats and risks. The majority of companies today do not have a formal Threat Intelligence Program in place. There is not a specific plan with dedicated resources and tools in place. Many companies have portions of the solution, but lack a formal integrated solution. Where do you start? What are the essential components of an Intelligence Network?
- Receive a plan
- Learn outsource-intelligence strategies and tools
- Design their own intelligence network based on their specific Risk and Vulnerability Profile
2.) Workplace Violence Prevention (WPV) Training and Plan Development – What do you do?
Firestorm® is America’s CRISIS COACH®. Learn from the best. Attendees will develop a WPV Behavioral Risk Threat Assessment Program. Every crisis is a human crisis. While Firestorm® uses this phrase to focus the impacts of disasters, crises, and violence on people, it also applies to understanding the likelihood and immediacy of events. Whether violence or cyber-bullying, there are warning signs and indicators. Missing recognition of behaviors of concern or failing to listen to what is being said empowers escalation to violence. Knowing before the gun comes to work is a critical intelligence planning responsibility for every company. The earlier a problem is detected, the less impact it will have.
It should be the aim of every company to create a culture where safety from violence is a common goal of both employees and leadership. To achieve such a culture, warning signs must be recognized and understood; everyone must know how to report behaviors of concern; there must be procedures in place to investigate when there are concerns; and trained school employees must know when to conduct a behavioral risk assessment and have the necessary resources in place to do so.
Attendees of this session will:
- Receive a one year license for the Firestorm Behavioral Risk and Threat Assessment Program (BeRThA®) at no cost.
- Learn behavioral risk and threat assessment program components
- Review case study analysis of violence behaviors
- Develop a predictive intelligence network
Visit the Firestorm booth (#608) to discuss your crisis plan with our representatives:
- Jim Satterfield – Firestorm CEO/President and Co-Founder
- Karen Masullo – Firestorm Chief Intelligence Officer and EVP Marketing and Operations Technology Solutions
- Hutch Hodgson – Firestorm Principal and Franchisee Consultant
- Chad White – Firestorm Principal
- Melton Hood – Firestorm Principal