Plan-A-ware

Collaborative Business Continuity Plan Development and Management

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Conduct It Yourself Tabletop Exercises

Run as is or customize. $595 each.

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Disaster Experience

Tabletop Exercises delivered as mock disaster simulations

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Business Continuity Planning

Plan-A-ware™  is a hosted business continuity planning & management service built on a collaborative, SaaS (Software as a Service) platform. 

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Conduct It Yourself™ Tabletop Exercises

Conduct It Yourself™ tabletop exercises provide a professionally developed, cost effective way to test and exercise your Business Continuity Planning.

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Mock Disaster Workshops & Exercises

The Disaster Experience™ is a custom designed tabletop exercise delivered as a role play simulation conducted by Attainium's expert moderators.

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Upcoming Events

September 8, 2016

     CH&LA Security Alliance Forum & Expo      
     Irvine, CA
     Disaster Experience QuickFire 
                    for security professionals.

September 18, 2016

     DRJ Fall World 2016
     Phoenix, AZ
     Disaster Experience - a mock disaster exercise

October 31, 2016

     NFM&T Vegas      
     Las Vegas, NV
     Disaster Experience - a mock disaster exercise 
                    12:00pm - 4:00pm

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Latest NewsBriefs

07/27/2016 - Cloud Computing: Some things to consider

Today, many people have business continuity/disaster plans, but they may not review and update them on a regular basis, which can lead to serious problems. When you first wrote your plan, did you consider that one day much of your data would/might be in the cloud? Did you plan for what you would have to do in the event your cloud vendor went out of business? If not, and you have a private or public cloud vendor (or are thinking about going to the cloud), you may want to read on.

 

07/20/2016 - Workplace Violence

Various types of workplace violence, including active shooters, have been on the rise in recent years and many end in fatalities. What have you done to prevent acts of workplace violence in your organization? Do you identify risks for violence on a regular basis? Do you have a policy for employees to report concerns about specific employees? Once you read this week's articles, you might want to look again at what you're doing and see where you might improve.