Deeper Dive Sessions
Deeper Dives provide FMs the opportunity to discuss important topics affecting their roles and equips them with the tools needed to handle real-life situations in the workplace. The 3+ hour session provides an in-depth and interactive discussion led by subject matter experts at a round table-style session with other FM professionals.
Add “The Disaster Experience: When Your Facility Gets Hacked” Deeper Dive to your registration to focus on advance disaster planning, effective communication protocols and how to recognize the inherent risks in your facilities.
*If you are already registered for World Workplace, please log in to the Attendee Service Center to edit your registration details and add on the Deeper Dive session.
The Disaster Experience - When Your Facility Gets Hacked
Monday, Oct. 25, 2021 | 1:00 pm – 4:15 pm
Chances are that while you read this, an unexpected disaster, like your facility being hacked, is causing a facility manager stress and confusion. Are the facilities leaders prepared to handle it? Will they be able to recover? Disasters of every shape, size, look and feel happen all the time, affecting businesses, people’s jobs, lives and families.
This session has been designed to put you in the throes of a real-life disaster situation, as it unfolds. You will make the critical decisions any facility manager will have to make – and deal with the consequences of those decisions! After you’ve finished, you’ll understand the importance of advance disaster planning, effective communication protocols, and understanding the inherent risks in your facilities.
Never be caught unprepared again!
Bob Mellinger, CBCV, is the founder and president of Attainium Corp., which delivers business continuity, emergency preparedness and crisis management services.
Bob is a frequent speaker on the topics of business continuity, contingency planning, emergency preparedness and crisis management, delivering sessions ranging from The Basics of Continuity Planning to the Impact of Today’s Threats and Hazards, as well as customized, interactive mock-disaster tabletop exercises known as the Disaster Experience.