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22 – 24 APRIL 2013 - KUWAIT

FEATURED SPEAKERS Dr. Jamal Al-Enezi,

Mohammed Al-Shammari

Qusai Al-Shatti

Dr. Wolfgang Mahr

TL. Information Technology Planning, Corporate Information Technology Group, Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) Deputy Chairman at Kuwait Information Technology

Abdul Aziz Al-Duaij

Computer Operation and Administration Team Leader, KNPC

Dr. Christoph Capellaro

CEO, Governance & Continuity gmbh

Nisar (Ahmed) Khan - MBCI (CBCI)

HIGHLY COMMENDED BC Manager at the BCI GLOBAL, Awards 2012 ‹WINNER› of BCI ASIA Awards and BCI Middle East Awards 2012

Director, MENA Information Security Advisory Services, Ernst & Young Kuwait, Al Aiban, Al Osaimi & Partners

Chris Green FBCI MSc

Rami Wadie

Independent Consultant, Continuity Systems Ltd, UK

Partner, Corporate Governance & Functional Risk Leader, Enterprise Risk Services, Deloitte & Touche (M.E.)

Youness El Kandoussi

Manager - Operational Risk, Bounbyan Bank

Muhammad Ghazali

- MBCI

Associate Director, Protiviti

Organized by:

Snr Systems Analyst , Corporate Information Technology Group, Kuwait Oil Company (KOC)

Endorsed by:

Manager, Business Continuity at Qatar Airways, Qatar

Ian Charters, FBCI

Mehdi Naseeruddin

Group Lead, Business Continuity Management Enterprise Risk Management Department Maaden

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Knowledge Par tner:


INTRODUCTION Business Continuity Planning and disaster recovery planning are fundamental to the wellbeing of an organization. Clearly, they are intended to ensure continuity in the face of unforseen or difficult circumstances. The demand for BCP has never been greater, whether driven by the need to manage crises more effectively or to provide assurance that your organization is a reliable business partner to key stakeholders. With ever increasing global complexity causing headaches for business leaders and policy makers alike, BCP provides a unique perspective to support better decision making about risk and uncertainty. Join fellow practitioners this November to learn and share and to strengthen the voice of BCP. Hence, Kuwait Business Continuity Conference will be organized during the period 22 – 24 April 2013 as the premier event in Kuwait to provide value for all levels of business continuity professionals offering extensive, educational seminar program across the two days. The Conference aims to create a forum wherein different industries comes together and share their BCP issues and what are the various solutions, tools and technology available for the same. This conference will also facilitate a good networking and information sharing opportunity within various stake holders. USP of the event being interactive discussions, case studies and technology demonstration so that there is a huge knowledge take away for BCP professionals who can then use the same and implement within their own organizations. The Conference brings together business continuity, disaster recovery, emergency management, security and legal professionals and executives from multiple industries and government organizations.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? • Heads of Emergency Management • Business Continuity Managers, Specialists & Coordinators • Directors and Senior Executives • Business Continuity and Risk Consultants • Operational Managers • Risk Managers

CONFERENCE TOPICS • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

BCP Policy and Program Management Embedding Business Continuity Management within the Organization›s Culture Understanding your Organization Determining Business Continuity Management Strategies Developing and Implementing a BCP Response Exercising, Maintenance and Review The Latest Business Continuity Management Techniques Emerging Business Continuity Regulations Telecommuting Strategies and Challenges Emergency Notification Systems Business Continuity Reporting Concepts BCP and Dependencies on Other Critical Infrastructures Business Continuity Practices Roundtables Measuring Resilience Cyber Security Threats and Trends Business Continuity Case Studies


MASTERCLASS: EMBEDDING BCM IN THE ORGANIZATION - 24th APRIL 2013 The successful implementation of a sustainable BCM programme and the effectiveness of the response to an incident may depend on changing the culture of the organization. To gain maximum benefit from the BCM programme, it is necessary to ensure BC is seen as an integral part of the way things are normally done rather than as a separate activity. It is also important to ensure that individuals accept that BC is part of their responsibility and not just something done by BC professionals.» The Business Continuity Institute›s Good Practice Guidelines. This one day course will give the participant practical experience in the development and implementation of a programme to embed business continuity in their organisation.

A series of exercises will explore the key questions: 33 What am I trying to achieve by embedding business continuity? 33 What are the elements that make up an embedding programme? 33 What resources do I need? How do I schedule the events? 33 How do I make use of consultants? 33 How do I argue for funding? 33 How do I convince top management to become involved? The outputs from the sessions will include: 33 A draft programme timetable integrated with other BCM activities 33 One or more outlines of awareness events 33 A schedule for event resources 33 A presentation to top management on the benefits of BCM

COURSE LEADER

Ian Charters, FBCI Continuity Systems Limited

Participants will work in small groups within the context of a case study organisation to prepare a deliverable programme, design some of its constituent events and put the case to top management. They will leave with lots of ideas and the techniques to put them into practice within their own organisations.

A S S O C I AT E S P O N S O R H I P Sponsoring or exhibiting is a cost effective and invaluable tool to help deliver your technology and services to the key industry decision makers. Expand your product or service awareness and connect with your customers. Join us as an exhibitor and sponsor and benefit from the elite group of Spatial Conferences attendees. SPONSOR Benefits:

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A speaker slot for company›s representative to cover company services/ products, etc. Complimentary delegate registrations for the Conference. Prime coverage of your sponsorship in all press releases. Company logo displayed on the backdrop of the Conference room. Company logo and prime coverage in the conference website and flyer. Distribution of Company brochures, products, etc. during the event. Table Top Exhibition.

SPONSORSHIP VALUE Call us for details

EXHIBITION VALUE ( Table Top ):

KD. 1000


22 – 24 APRIL 2013 - KUWAIT

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 Full Registration ( 22 - 24 April ) 500  Two days conference (22 - 23 April ) 375  Workshop Only (24 April ) 125

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