The webinars will address continuity-related topics and include presenters from varied backgrounds and experiences. A webinar is a web-based informational or training seminar (a presentation, lecture, workshop or seminar) that is transmitted over the internet. These webinars will feature new continuity topics once a month and are free to the public. Each webinar will accommodate the first 500 visitors that enter the website at the time of the webinar. In addition to airing live, each webinar will be recorded and viewable after it completes, for your convenience.
The next webinar will be on Wednesday, February 4, 2015 at 2:00pm. The topic of discussion will be The Role of Continuity in the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Environment being presented by Mr. Mark Brown, Continuity Program Manager, National Emergency Management Division, Office of Intelligence, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Continuity Tools and Support - December 3, 2014
ISO 22301:2012 Business Continuity Management Systems Requirements – October 1, 2014
Please visit the Continuity Webinar Archives page for webinars aired prior to February 2014.
Webinars last approximately one hour. After the presentation is complete, you will have an opportunity to ask questions via the chat feature in the webinar system.
Information on How to View Our Webinars
The Continuity Webinar Series is conducted in DHS's HSIN Connect system. You do not need to register in advance, nor do you need a HSIN account in order to view our webinars. Audio for this webinar will be broadcast within HSIN Connect; there will not be a concurrent, phone-based teleconference. Questions and answers will be moderated via text-based chat inside the webinar. In order to ensure that your computer is capable of viewing our webinars and webcasts, we highly recommend that you read the below documents and perform the compatibility test prior to the start of the event. In addition, please ensure your computer's speakers are working prior to the webinar. If for any reason you have trouble accessing the system, please contact us.
This webcast will offer closed captioning.