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Ensuring Resiliency & Surviving the Crisis in Asia

Early Bird Ending Soon – Register today!


Book your dates: 30 Sep & 1 Oct 2020 (3 – 5 pm, SGT, GMT+8)


Workshop 1 (30 Sep 2020):

Scenarios Exercise to Anticipate Risks and Strengthen Resilience in the New Normal

COVID-19 has brought an unprecedented amount of uncertainty into economies around the world, Singapore included. It is particularly important to challenge assumptions in the midst of a crisis. The crisis will provide an opportunity to pivot, and futures thinking can help organisations consider new possibilities and re-imagine success in the future.

The workshop will share the relevance and importance of scenarios planning and futures thinking as one of the tools to anticipate risks and strengthen resilience with a hands-on exercise to introduce participants to the futures thinking process and exercise.

Facilitated by Dr. Anie Febriastati, Head of Strategic Planning Team, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore.



Workshop 2 (1 Oct 2020):

CAAP Focus Group Discussion – Digitalisation for Your Business: Mitigating Cyber Risks for Growth

The CAAP Focus Group Discussion (FGD) workshop, by The Association of Information Security Professionals (AiSP)​,  is catered for companies that wish to take the next steps to be cyber-ready for their business needs. The discussion will better bring to light the main concerns of business owners and IT teams regarding CyberSecurity and the closed-door virtual workshop allows participants to clarify on how they want to address their cyber risks.

Facilitated by Mr. David Siah, Vice President, Channels (APAC, Middle East and Africa), Trend Micro.



By International SOS

Amidst the uncertainty, COVID-19 has created obvious challenges for your business travellers, and international assignees. Repatriations, and new remote working environments have caused organisations to take a micro view at how to achieve operational resilience. As we surpass six months of managing the pandemic, we look to the risks and necessary support needed for your domestic workforce, a group often neglected from the first line of impact.




ARRC ONLINE 2020 starts in 2 weeks!
Are your registered to attend THE Risk & Resilience event of the year?

Conference | 22 – 24 September 2020
Workshops | 30 September & 1 October 2020

Early Bird Ending Soon –

Have questions for us?
Email: conference@bcpasia.com
Call: (65) 63252080 or (60) 3 2731 9309


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