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Larry Cristini – The Objectives of Crisis Management

Larry Cristini, Head of Global Crisis Management at Facebook presented, "Reactive to Proactive: Turning Forward-thinking Into Action During a Crisis" at the recent ICMC Annual Conference in Newport. RI.  During his presentation, Larry examined how companies can...

VIDEO: Accounting for Employees is Critical

In this short video, ICMC Co-Founder, Rob Burton, discusses the importance of accounting for employees during a crisis.  Having a backup accountability system is essential. Technology is useful, but ensure you have a backup manual system for accounting for employees....

VIDEO: Evaluating Crisis Exercises

ICMC Co-Founder, Rob Burton, discusses criteria and benchmarking for crisis simulation exercises in this short video.    Evaluation Criteria The following tables contain an example evaluation criteria. The criteria are function-based and reflect the aim and...

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4th Annual ICMC 2019

April 30th to May 2nd 2019
Newport RI

The Annual Conference is ICMC’s premier annual event, where international speakers and attendees come to learn, network and share ideas. ICMC was created to help support the demand for education and training for preparedness professionals. ICMC provides a range of professional speakers that deliver current and interesting topics that are often themed (scenario) based.

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Pro Member Webinar: Cyber Crisis Preparedness – Are You Ready?

June 26 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Most Fortune 500 companies have well defined cyber response plans that detail how they will prepare, respond, manage and recover from cyber-breach crises. Smaller organizations and even local government agencies are also vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Take the story of Atlanta for instance. Last year the city was held to ransom for $51,000 in Bitcoin. It brought the city to its knees and had many government departments resorting to pen and paper. Is your business or government agency ready for this…

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