The importance of Business Continuity Training with Jeff Primus MBCI
In this interview, we virtually sat down with Founder & CEO, Senior Consultant, Accredited Trainer (IT, Governance, Security, Business Continuity) at ACTAGIS, Jeff Primus, to talk about:
- The importance of Business Continuity training for organizations.
- Who should consider/take a Business Continuity training course?
- Can organizations implement Business Continuity without proper training?
- How the pandemic has changed the perception of Business Continuity and what does the future hold for the discipline?
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About the author
Founder & CEO, ACTAGISFounder & CEO of ACTAGIS Master in Computer Science from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology of Lausanne (Switzerland) and MBA from the Business School of the University of Lausanne. Senior Consultant (Governance IT, Security, Risk & Business Continuity) Official and Accredited ISACA, BCI, PECB Trainer for : CGEIT, CRISC, CISA, CISSP, SABSA-SCF, MBCI, ISO 27001, 22301, 20000, 9001 Lead Implementer & Auditor, 27005 Risk Manager, 31000 Lead Risk Manager, COBIT5 et SCTA (teaching for more than 10 years in French and English) He has over 25 years of experience within information systems governance, cyber security and business continuity. Jeff, as an experienced manager, leads teams of consultants and actively participates in business critical missions. Jeff, as expert of the subject, actively implements ISO 22301 and ISO 27001 compliant Business Continuity & Security Management Systems for the public sector and multinational companies in Switzerland, Europe and the Middle-East. As a lead lecturer he teaches Cyber Security, Governance and Business Continuity topics at the University of Paris-Sorbonne and University of Geneva. Additionally he has written many articles on security and information systems and been featured on radio and television shows. Jeff is a board member of ISACA-Switzerland and the Chapter Lead ISACA Suisse-Romande. He also took actively part in the SC27 Workgroup, which co-defines the new releases of the ISO 27001 standard.