You know Continuity Logic as the Tampa Bay based, cutting-edge, comprehensive software platform, but you may not be aware of what they do behind the scenes. Continuity Logic not only advocates for productivity in business, but also champions the further of advancement of their community. This past week, Continuity Logic hosted a week-long program for veterans to earn business continuity certification at their office. This event was sponsored with the guidance of DRI.
Disaster Recovery Institute International, or DRI, is a nonprofit organization that helps associations around the world prepare for and recover from disasters by providing education, accreditation, and thought leadership in business continuity and related fields.
The specific program hosted by Continuity Logic was sponsored by DRI’s Veterans Outreach Program, which helps provide funding for veterans to receive various certifications following their service. This outreach platform is one of the byproducts of the DRI Foundation, which works to promote ‘Resilient Communities Worldwide’. The present chairman of this committee, Larry Chase, also currently runs Humana’s Enterprise Resiliency Office.
DRI’s Business Continuity course lasts a total of 4 and a half days and enables participants to receive the essential and most up to date information regarding business continuity programs and professional practices. Some of the themes touched upon in this course include coverage of cloud computing, cyber threats, supply chain, risk transfer, insurance considerations, legal and regulatory requirements, and manufacturing processes, as well as more traditional topics such as evaluating risks, gaining leadership buy in, crisis communications, and program audit.
Continuity Logic, as a resilience software platform, was proud to host DRI’s Business Continuity class this previous week for veterans. They donated training space and materials from their new Downtown Tampa offices along with food and beverage for partakers of the course.
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