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<ul><li><p>2 www.ContingencyPlanning.com</p><p>CPM 2008 EASTFROM PLANNING TO MANAGEMENTThe survival of your organization in crisis is no longer about the plan.</p><p>Learn to integrate continuity practices and risk management into your everyday corporate culture and ensure the success of your organization - in crisis and beyond.</p><p>With case studies and workshops led by the industrys most esteemed practitioners and thought leaders CPM 2008 EAST brings together continuity planners from the nations leading corporations for a unique risk management training and networking experience.</p><p>welcome</p><p>ContentsKeynotes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3At-A-Glance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Networking Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Exhibit Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Sessions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13Additional Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13Hotel &amp; Travel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14Continuing Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15Registration &amp; Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15</p><p>Produced by 1105 Media703.876.5100 * 703.876.5059 FaxCPMEvents@ContingencyPlanning.comwww.ContingencyPlanning.com</p>mailto:CPMEvents@ContingencyPlanning.comhttp://www.ContingencyPlanning.com</li><li><p>3www.ContingencyPlanning.com</p><p>WELCOME BREAKFAST AND KEYNOTE ADDRESSWednesday, November 128:00 AM 9:30 AMThe Green Canteen: The Most Indispensable Crisis Resource of AllMaurice A. Ramirez, D.O., High Alert, LLC</p><p>General Patton asked: Soldier, wheres your green canteen? Ya cant fight if youre dead. You cannot help others become and remain resilient if you are exhausted yourself. You must fill your canteen - and keep on refilling it. As a noted author and disaster expert, Dr. Maurice Ramirez knows how you can keep your canteens full. Learn how he sustained himself and motivated others through the worst disasters of the last few decades. Discover the seven areas of successful human functioning and leave this session with practical strategies for monitoring and mastering each. Learn specific tactics to keep you performing optimally in times of crisis. Come and be energized! </p><p>Dr. Maurice A. Ramirez is the founder and president of High Alert, LLC. He serves on state and federal panels for pandemic preparedness and healthcare surge planning. Board certified in multiple specialties, Dr. Ramirez is Founding Chairperson of the AMerican Board of Disaster Medicine and serves the nation as a Senior Physician-Federal Medical Officer in the National Disaster Medical System. More than just a physician, Dr. Ramirez applies his principles to everyday business situations, improving efficiency and saving money while ensuring business continuity, improving customer enthusiasm and team esprit de corp. </p><p>The best among us thats what the President called the astronauts lost on the Space Shuttle Columbia on February 1, 2003. What could you </p><p>learn from those who were managing the contingency response to this catastrophe? Discover why plan integration is the key to success. Listen and gather pertinent lessons from the actual experience of those who maintained critical situation rooms and information flow, from the start of this crisis all the way to debris recovery, after-action review, and new planning. You will leave with a vivid sense of how to transform the words we all live by mitigation, response, recovery, preparedness into an organizational culture in which every employee sees crisis planning as a key activity you can and will support for them. John E. Day, CPP, has over 30 years direct experience in security management in the aircraft and aerospace industry. He is currently the Security Operations Manager for United Space Alliance at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, where he is responsible for security and access control for the Space Shuttle. Mr. Day is also the Program Manager for the NASA Technology Protection Program which he and his group developed and implemented. He has developed crisis management plans for the Shuttle Program and Lockheed Martin Aircraft Center. Mr. Day has been a member of ASIS International for 25 years, is Board Certified in Security Management as a Certified Protection Professional, and is currently the ASIS International Regional Vice President for the state of Florida. Andrea Hollman is a nationally recognized speaker with over 20 years experience in project management and administration in the aerospace industry focusing heavily on crisis management and contingency planning. She is responsible for the development of her companys contingency response plan which evolved into a company-wide emergency management (CEM) program. Ms. Hollman is highly recognized within her company, United Space Alliance, having received numerous awards for her work on the CEM program including her response management of the contingency response during the 2003 Space Shuttle Columbia accident, and currently has a patent pending for an interactive checklist tool she conceived and helped create.</p><p>keynotes</p><p>CPM 2008 EAST Conference VenueHilton in the Walt Disney World Resort1751 Hotel Plaza BoulevardLake Buena Vista, Florida, 32830(407) 827-4000 www.hilton.com </p><p>CPM is proud to announce that the Hilton in the Walt Disney World Resort will be the home of CPM 2008 EAST!</p><p>CPM EAST attendees will enjoy exceptional facilities just steps way from Walt Disney Worlds most popular attractions, including: Disneys Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Downtown Disney and much more.Reserve your hotel room for just $199 per night (+ tax) when you mention CPM EAST or simply make your reservation through our exclusive registration webpage: www.hilton.com/en/hi/groups/personalized/ORLDWHH-CPM-20081110/index.jhtml. </p><p>This special rate is valid for the nights of November 10 through November 14, 2008 and rooms must be reserved by October 20, 2008.</p><p>AIR TRAVELVisit www.jetblue.com/promo and enter Promo Code CPMEAST for 5% off the lowest fare from JetBlue. Valid for arrivals 11/9-11/12 and departures 11/14-11/16.</p><p>LUNCHEON AND GUEST SPEAKERSWednesday, November 1212:30 PM 2:30 PMPlan While You Can... And the Costs of Chaos: What Every Contingency Planner Can Learn From the Columbia Shuttle Explosion John Day and Andrea Hollman, United Space Alliance</p></li><li><p>4 www.ContingencyPlanning.com</p><p>Tuesday, November 11</p><p>2:00 PM 6:00 PM Registration Open</p><p>Wednesday, November 12</p><p>7:00 AM 5:00 PM Registration Open</p><p>8:00 AM - 9:30 AM Welcome Breakfast and Keynote Address</p><p>9:45 AM - 5:00 PM BC1: Tutorial: Business Continuity 101 (100/L)</p><p>9:45 AM - 11:00 AM BC2: Creating a Comprehensive Program for a Medium Size Business (200/C)BC3: Industrial Hygiene: 5 Key Points Every Continuity Planner Should Consider (300/L)EM4: Controlled Escalation: A Proactive Approach to Emergency Preparedness (500/L)S5: The Insider Threat to Critical Systems (300/L)L6: Putting the M Back in Business Continuity (400/L)</p><p>11:15 AM - 12:30 PM BC7: Pandemic Planning: Lessons Learned from a Contagious Incident (200/C)BC8: Five Steps to Risk Management Maturity (300/L)EM9: Solving the Emergency Notification Conundrum at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida (300/C)EM10: Special Needs: A New Definition of Emergency Preparedness (300L)S11: Unsafe at Any Speed: 7 Dirty Secrets of the Security Industry (300/L)</p><p>12:30 PM - 2:00 PM Luncheon and Guest Speakers</p><p>2:15 PM - 3:30 PM BC13: The Economic Measurement of Operational Risk (300/L)BC14: Organize Your BC Documentation for Better Results (300/L)EM15: Building Hospital Resiliency: Utilizing a Holistic Approach to Respond and Recover from a Disruption (300/L)S16: Security Implications of Virtualization (300/L)L17: Situational Awareness: Preparing for the Next Disaster, Not the Last One (500/P)</p><p>3:45 PM - 5:00 PM BC18: The Utility of Failure: The Integral Role of Mistakes in Process Improvement (300/L)BC19: Resiliency Finally Defined! (300/L)EM20: Human Response in the Workplace (400L)EM21: Protecting Against the Collapse of Critical Infrastructure (400/L)S22: Consolidating Security Policies and Standards Under One Governance Body (200/L)</p><p>5:00 PM - 7:30 PM Exhibit Hall Grand Opening Reception</p><p>at-a-glance</p><p>TRACK</p><p>BC = Business Continuity Topics</p><p>EM = Emergency Management Topics</p><p>S = Security Topics</p><p>L = Leadership &amp; Professional Development Topics</p><p>LEVELC = Case StudyL = LectureW = WorkshopP = Panel Discussion</p><p>FORMAT100 = Beginner200 = Beginner Intermediate300 = Intermediate400 = Intermediate Advanced500 = Advanced</p></li><li><p>5www.ContingencyPlanning.com</p><p>Thursday, November 13, 2008 </p><p>7:30 AM 5:00 PM Registration Open </p><p>7:30 AM - 9:00 AM Attendee Networking Breakfast </p><p>9:15 AM - 12:00 PM BC25: Disaster Simulation Exercise (300/W)</p><p>9:15 AM - 10:30 am BC26: Evaluation Plans for Financial Institutions (200/C)BC27: Workplace Violence Tabletop Exerecise (400/W)EM28: Accurate Emergency Information Exchange (300/C)S29: Developing and Auditing Loss Prevention Policies and Procedures (300/L)</p><p>10:45 AM - 12:00 PM BC30: New Practice Standards for Data Center Professionals (300/L)BC31: Financial Institutions: Your IT Disaster Recovery Plan Isnt a BC Plan (400/L)EM32: Miracle at Greensburg (200/C)L33: Taking BCP to BCM (400/L)</p><p>12:00 PM - 2:30 PM Exhibit Hall Luncheon </p><p>2:45 PM - 4:00 PM BC35: Governance, Risk and Compliance Process Management (300/L)BC36: Bringing Pandemic Plans to the Next Level (400/C)EM37: OEP: Protecting Those with Disabilities (300/L)S34: Detection K-9s and Their Increased Deployment in Emergencies (200/W)S38: Security Incident Response vs Security Emergency Preparedness (300/C)</p><p>4:15 PM - 5:30 PM BC39: Ensuring a Successful BIA (300/L)BC40: Most Critical Element and Most Forgotten in Business Continuity Planning (500/L)EM41: Pfizer Headquarters Recovery from Manhattan Steam Pipe Explosion (300/C)S42: PCI DSS: Do I Need to Be Concerned? (300/L)L43: Strategic Crisis Leadership (400/L)</p><p>Friday, November 14, 2008 </p><p>8:00 AM 11:00 AM Registration Open</p><p>8:30 AM - 10:00 AM Continental Breakfast and Prize Raffle</p><p>10:00 AM - 12:00 PM EM45: Staff Evacuation Procedures for Hurricane Preparedness (400/L)</p><p>10:00 AM - 11:15 AM BC46: Applications Impacts Analysis: Cornerstone of the BIA (300/L) BC47: Disaster Recovery: When Time Is Of the Essence, Do You Know What Time It Is? (400/C)EM48: Essential Function Identification and Submission Process (500/L)S49: Evaluating Your Physical Security Program (300/L)</p><p>11:30 AM - 12:45 PM BC50: BS 25999: The New Generation of Business Continuity (400/L)S51: Beyond Resilience (500/L)S52: Reliable Security in Times of Crisis: The Proper Assessment of Security Vendors (300/L)L53: Buzzworthy 2009 (400/P)</p><p>at-a-glance</p></li><li><p>6 www.ContingencyPlanning.com</p><p>EXHIBIT HALL GRAND OPENING AND RECEPTIONWednesday, November 12 5:00 PM 7:30 PM</p><p>The CPM 2008 EAST exhibit hall opens to reveal a showcase of the industrys hottest vendors! They have the exciting products and services to serve your businesss needs. Tour these solutions while enjoying a wine, beer or a soft drink and hors doeuvres.</p><p>ATTENDEE NETWORKING BREAKFASTThursday, November 13 7:30 AM 9:00 AM</p><p>An attendee favorite! This is your perfect opportunity to meet with others who face similar professional challenges. EXHIBIT HALL LUNCHEON AND DESSERT BUFFETThursday, November 13 12:00 PM 2:30 PM</p><p>Lunch is served. Use this dedicated time to chat with vendors and register for their great giveaways! </p><p>CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST AND PRIZE RAFFLEFriday, November 14 8:30 AM 10:00 AM</p><p>Rise and shine! Begin your last day at CPM 2008 EAST in the exhibit hall. Well provide the caffeine and breakfast while you find out if youll be taking home a prize from one of our generous exhibitors!</p><p>networking</p><p>CPM VENDOR SHOWCASEFrom prevention to planning to recoverythe solutions to your unique problems are in the CPM exhibit hall. </p><p>Discover new products, technologies and services. The CPM exhibit hall showcases the industrys most knowledgeable and experienced vendors. CPMs exhibitors offer solutions for all aspects of business continuity and disaster recovery. </p><p>Visit www.contingencyplanning.com for a list of CPM 2008 EAST Exhibitors and Sponsors.</p>http://www.contingencyplanningexpo.com</li><li><p>7www.ContingencyPlanning.com</p><p>Wednesday, November 12, 20089:45 AM - 5:00 PM</p><p>BC1: Tutorial: Business Continuity 101 (100/L)Kelley Okolita, Hanover InsuranceThis popular all-day session provides a solid foundation for understanding business continuity principles and processes. The course is a starting point for all new planners and, when combined with other sessions at the conference, builds a framework for developing and implementing a business recovery plan. Learn all about safety, incident response, risk analysis, recovery strategies, plan development, plan testing and maintenance and awareness programs. This is also a terrific refresher course for more experienced planners. Participants receive a manual and sample recovery plan.</p><p>9:45 AM - 11:00 AM</p><p>BC2: Creating a Comprehensive Program for a Medium Size Busi-ness (200/C)Doug Cassell, CBCP, Mutual of EnumclawMutual of Enumclaw (MoE) is a regional property and casualty insurance company located in a rural area near Seattle, WA, at the foot of Mt. Rainier, an active volcano. MoE was aware of the need to have a solid business continuity program not only due to location, but to provide for customer claims needs in the event of a catastrophe. They created a plan using personnel from various parts of the company, managed by an IT employee with other duties. They found this plan difficult to exercise, fragmented, and unlikely to be workable in a disaster, so they hired a full-time BC/DR professional. This presentation will describe the actions taken by the new BC Program Manager, what was learned in the process, and how a comprehensive program, including integration with government emergency management agencies was created. Learn the ongoing process of keeping the plan living and current.</p><p>BC3: Industrial Hygiene: 5 Key Points Every Continuity Planner Should Consider (300/L)Ellen P. Clas, MS, CIH, CSP, Clas Consulting LLCIndustrial Hygiene consists of the science and art devoted to the anticipation, recognition, evaluation and control of those environmental factors or stresses, arising in or from the workplace, which may cause sickness, impaired health and well being, or significant discomfort and inefficiency among workers or among citizens of the community. Emergency situations can present unique exposures for your employees and/or citizens in your community. This session, presented by a Certified Industrial Hygienist active in emergency management, will provide an overview of five key industrial hygiene considerations that every continuity planner should embrace.</p><p>EM4: Controlled Escalation: A Proactive Approach to Emergency Preparedness (500/L)Todd Osborne, Osborn S...</p></li></ul>


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