On-demand Webinar: Working together in times of crisis.
How Greater Manchester can improve critical response through inter-organisation collaboration.
BlackBerry and Vodafone invite you to an event dedicated to the people, businesses and public bodies operating in and across Greater Manchester. The radical departure from normal operations as a consequence of COVID has generated real demand for secure communication both within your organisation and beyond.
Join senior officers from Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service and the Civil Nuclear Constabular alongside cyber security experts from BlackBerry to discuss how critical responses have improved and how these benefits can be extended to include your organisation.
The event will cover:
How organisations respond to local crises or disasters and how to work towards much closer collaboration between key agencies and organisations.
The risk posed by cyber security incidents and how these also benefit from a multi organisational response.
The potential of improved internal and cross organisation communication and what this looks like with increased remote working and current data regulations.
Why you should attend:
Hear what information is vital for a post incident review to ensure lessons learned are easily addressed.
Understand how many organisations in Manchester are increasing engagement with their staff now operating across the UK during COVID.
Understand if your organisation can seamlessly and securely connect to a network of businesses operating in Greater Manchester whilst staying GDPR compliant.
Become proactive rather than reactive during a real-time incident including cyber attacks.
Go beyond single outbound single channel SMS and move to two-way ultra-secure communication and regulatory compliant critical event management.
Chris Ullah Superintendent for Greater Manchester Police (retired)
Michael Lawlor Contingency Planning Officer
Greater Manchester Fire & Rescue Service
Joseph Shearer-Rust, MBCI
Civil Nuclear Constabulary