Live Until January 22: 7th Edition – BC Management’s Event Impact Study
Research data is essential in understanding how other similar organizations manage their business continuity program and/or learn more about competitive compensations in the business continuity profession. Our partners at BC Management offer several benchmarking options to assess and/or elevate your program. With more than 3,000 study participants, BC Management has a wealth of information to answer the most challenging questions.
The 7th edition Event Impact Study from BC Management is now live and will be used to assess how organizations prepare for events as well as gauge how specific events (accident, human disaster, natural and technical) have impacted organizations by highlighting what was activated in times of an event, the impact to the business, the impact to personnel, downtime and estimated financial loss by event. In addition, this study will also evaluate lessons learned and what was successful and not successful while activating the BCM program during an event.
We’d also like to congratulate BC Management President, Cheyne Marling on her recent receipt of the 2017 Award of Excellence in Business Continuity by the Business Recovery Managers Association (BRMA).
BRMA is devoted to the advancement of the theory and practice of business recovery, disaster recovery, contingency and continuity planning, and emergency response management.
Members work in both the private and public sectors.
BRMA provides an environment where members can keep informed about the latest trends and technologies available in our industry.
Members receive educational and professional development opportunities and a forum in which to share experiences, resolve common problems, and address common needs.
BRMA’s focus is in Northern California. Most of the members are in the extended San Francisco Bay Area. The BRMA membership meets in various locations throughout the greater Bay Area.