GPG Edition 7.0 - PP5 - Enabling Solutions

  • 25 Jul 2024
  • , 2PM (AEST)

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The fifth in the Australasian GPG 7.0 webinar series, this session will provide an overview of the fifth Professional Practice (PP5), looking at how practitioners and individuals can bring to life the solutions agreed in PP4 for mitigating unacceptable risks and resuming business operations. The three key outputs of PP5 are to implement enabling solutions, design and establish a response structure, and develop and manage plans. 

Gary Vogel MBCI and Mick Wells MBCI will discuss the key differences in the new PP5, then draw on their experience and use practical examples to bring to life areas of interest in each of the three key output areas of the PP.

There will be time set aside for Q&A following the presentation.


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    Gary Vogel MBCI

    Senior Manager Operational Resilience, QBE

    With 20 years in GRC, business continuity, and crisis management, Gary Vogel leads the BCM Workstream in the CPS 230 program. His focus is on seamless integration of new elements, collaborating with global stakeholders. Previously at RiskLogic, he consulted for diverse industries and contributed to revising PP4 for the BCI's Good Practice Guidelines 7.0.

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    Michael Wells MBCI

    Head of Resilience, RiskLogic

    Michael is the Head of Resilience for RiskLogic. He is a subject matter expert with over 20 years’of crisis management and emergency management experience specialising in organisational and community resilience. Michael has a strong operational background ascertained through his Policing and Fire Fighting career. He utilises this experience in the corporate environment and has been successful in implementing and validating resilience programs for a large range of clients from ASX listed financial institutions, universities and crowded places. Michael’s experience has led him to operate on both the front line and behind the scenes of critical incidents. He has worked with various corporate institutions and Board's to enhance and validate their crisis management capability as well as cyber resilience practices.

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    Hannah Tan MBCI

    Hannah has worked in Business Continuity and Resilience across multiple a wide range of industries, ranging from banking to transport, in both private and public sectors. Her passion lies in crisis management and incident response, having coordinated enterprise-wide responses through natural disasters, critical infrastructure, and high value payment outages. She has also developed and led large-scale crisis exercises in response to industry trends and to meet legislative requirements. Hannah was previously the Chapter Lead for the Australasian BCI Chapter, coordinating the BCI Australasia’s submission to APRA’s recent CPS230 request for feedback, and currently serves on the committee for Victoria. She currently runs a sole trader Resilience consultancy with a full-time role in aviation.

  • Shaun Allingham MBCI

    Shaun Allingham has over 25 years’ experience in crisis management, business continuity and IT and Operational Risk in both consulting and management roles. He started his career with PwC in 1997 in risk management and business continuity consulting before moving to BT Financial Group and Westpac as their business continuity, IT Risk and crisis management manager. Shaun led the development and execution of all crisis management business continuity strategies across BT Financial Group and Westpac BTSS (back office). He then moved back to consulting and has been a senior consultant with Fulcrum Risk Services since 2014. Shaun has significant expertise in the development and exercising of crisis management and business continuity capabilities. Most recently, he has been working with a major university to develop business continuity capability across all colleges and portfolio groups, including business impact analyses, business continuity plans and business continuity exercises. Shaun has a particular interest in helping clients to develop practical and fit-for-purpose business continuity solutions that add value to the organisation. Shaun has a bachelor of commerce from UNSW in Accounting and Information Systems and a graduate diploma of Chartered Accounting (GradDipCA) from Chartered Accountants Australia. Shaun is a statutory member of the Business Continuity Institute and holds the membership status of MBCI. He is on the Leadership Committee for the BCI Australasian Chapter. He previously held the roles of Australasian Board Director, Treasurer and Chapter Leader.

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