|Date:||Saturday, 22 October 2016|
|Time:||09:00 - 12:00 (Registration starts at 08:45)|
|Venue:||James Chiu & Dragages Room, HKIE HQ, 9/F, Island Beverley,
No. 1 Great George Street, Causeway
|Organizer(s):||HKARMS and HKIE-MMNC|
|Co-Organizer(s):||British Standards Institution|
|Speaker:||Mr. Phillip Chan, Client Manager, BSI Hong Kong
Working as the Client Manager of BSI Hong Kong, Phillip plays a key role in the team providing Information Security, Information Service, Business Continuity and Quality Management-related system audits to the BSI Hong Kong and Macau clients including Government departments, multi-national companies and information technology service providers etc. Apart from auditing, Phillip is also the trainer and he is responsible for training materials development for different training classes including Risk Management training.
|Language:||Cantonese (English PPT)|
|Contact Person:||Vincent Ho|
|Content:||PowerPoint presentation materials (in PDF) available to participants upon request.
Risks are everywhere and disruptive incident happen every day. Survey shows that, companies that aren’t able to resume operations within ten days of a major disruption are not likely to survive and the way that an organization manages risk can make or break its business and reputation. Therefore, building a robust and resilient organization that can quickly recover from any kind of disaster and prevent risk is crucial for the longevity of any organization.
|Remarks:||The event is free to members of organisers and supporting organisations. Enrolment is on a first-come first-served basis. Members register on-line will be acknowledged automatically. Information collected here will be used solely for the administration of this event.
Attendance certificate will be issued to members of the organisers and supporting organisations satisfying the attendance requirements.
All information and views expressed by speakers and in their conference materials do not reflect the official opinion and position of the Organisers. No responsibility is accepted by the Organisers and the Supporting Organisations for such information and views including their accuracy, correctness, and veracity.