STEELE Executives Present “The Role of Security in the Continuity Planning Process” at CPM East Conference in New York City

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Continuity planning professionals will learn key concepts that empower them be active participants in the development of a strong “top-down” security culture.

Creating a strong security culture that is embraced by the business & understood by the business continuity planning community will lead to improved collaboration & increase value of the corporate security mission during the continuity planning process.

Today, Greg Pearson, Corporate VP & Chief Operating Officer of STEELE International, Inc. and David G. Patterson, CPP, PSP, CFE, a Director in STEELE’s consulting practice, are jointly presenting “The Role of Security in the Continuity Planning Process”, an advanced session at the Contingency Planning and Management “CPM” East 2010 Conference at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. With an overview of top corporate security concerns and their impact on business continuity, Pearson and Patterson will outline the importance of developing a strong security culture and integrating the corporate security mission into the business continuity planning process.

“Creating a strong security culture that is embraced by the business and understood by the business continuity planning community will lead to improved collaboration and increase the value of the corporate security mission during the continuity planning process,” said Greg Pearson, COO of STEELE.

How strong is your company’s security culture? Pearson and Patterson will discuss the significance of analyzing your current security procedures, developing a process improvement plan and incorporating key security language into the overall business continuity plan. The session will provide the attendee with the tools necessary to introduce key security concepts that empower continuity planning professionals to be active participants in the development of a strong “top-down” security culture that is relevant to the continuity planning process and accepted and practiced at every level throughout the organization.

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