Since the start of 2021, we’ve been focused on how – in the wake of the pandemic – this is the year of resiliency. Now, more than ever, organizations need to plan and prepare for uncertainty. One way to come up to speed quickly and learn from peers and other industry experts is to attend the DRJ Spring 2021 industry conference, to be held virtually this year from March 29 to April 1.
A New Era of Resiliency
The pandemic created many challenges for organizations, but we’ve also come away with numerous lessons. Disaster Recovery Journal has pulled together speakers from across the industry to provide insights for business continuity and disaster recovery professionals in this new era of resiliency. Attendees will have the chance to dive into a consolidated review of lessons learned, best practices and strategies for moving forward. With 84 sessions and workshops and 85+ expert speakers, there will be plenty of opportunities to gather first-hand information from peers and experts alike.
Of course, OnSolve experts will be on hand at DRJ Spring 2021, leading discussions about resilience, crisis communications and how organizations can prepare for the next critical event. Be sure to join our sessions, including:
- Business Resiliency in 2021: Managing a Dispersed Workforce. Matt Bradley, OnSolve VP of Global Security Solutions will take the virtual stage on Wednesday morning as a keynote speaker. He’ll share why enterprises must think about security through a risk intelligence lens and implement solutions that continuously monitor and filter data to identify critical events relevant to your business.
- Operational Resiliency 2.0 – Turning data into true risk intelligence with AI. Dustin Radtke, OnSolve Chief Technology Officer, will lead a breakout session about how business continuity teams can turn massive amounts of data surrounding a critical event into true risk intelligence with artificial intelligence and machine learning.
- Effective Communication During a Crisis. Ann Pickren, OnSolve Chief Customer Journey Officer, joins speakers from Health Partners Plan, Blackberry and Rave Mobile Safety for a panel discussion about best practices for crisis communications.
- Ann will also join the conference’s closing session, a Town Hall with Vanessa Mathews. Along with participants from Fusion Risk Management, Blackberry, and BC Management, she’ll participate in a conversation about how organizations, businesses, and individuals can maintain focus in such trying times.
Developing strategies for building resilience in a post-pandemic era is a key theme of the conference. Keynote sessions at the conference will cover topics like what it takes to move from the current state of planning to the north star of coordinating a true resilience strategy, the real-world application of artificial intelligence across the risk management industry and why the theme of operational resilience is resonating around the globe.
We can’t wait to connect with you and share all we’ve learned in 2020, all we’re working towards in 2021 and all we’re doing to help you prepare for the years ahead.