A list of previous speaking engagements.

EventSponsoring Group/Conference
Project Management Institute Rochester February Chapter MeetingProject Management Institute, Rochester NY
Business Continuity and Organizational Resilience at the United NationsUnited Nations – Economic and Social Council Chamber, New York, NY
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Management – Guest SpeakerInstitute of Internal Auditors / Guest Speaker Presentation to Rochester NY Chapter
IT Auditing SeminarInstitute of Internal Auditors, Rochester NY – seminar – 9 CPE Credits
Project Management Institute Rochester December Chapter MeetingProject Management Institute, Rochester NY
Quarterly Full-Day MeetingThe Contingency Planning Exchange – New York NY
Project Management Institute Rochester September Chapter MeetingProject Management Institute, Rochester NY
AM on PM Breakfast ForumThe Project Solvers of America, Inc., Rochester NY
An improved and strengthened emergency management and response system in ChinaU.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) / Presentation to key government leaders from China’s emergency management and response for health epidemics, Arlington, VA
Risk ManagementeBRP Solutions Network, Inc. /eBRP User Group Conference, Niagara Falls, NY
Disaster Recovery Institute 2013 ConferenceDisaster Recovery Institute 2013, Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA
Exhibitor, Association of Contingency Planners, Rochester, NY at Disaster Recovery Institute 2013 ConferenceDisaster Recovery Institute 2013, Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA
Enterprise Risk Management in Program Management and Project ManagementPMI Madison/South Central WI Chapter/ Professional Development Day 2013
Assessing Opportunities and Threats: Doing an External AnalysisRasmussen College, Minneapolis, MN
Enterprise Risk ManagementProject Management Institute, Rochester Chapter, Professional Development Day, Rochester, NY
Business Continuity and Security Planning Overview on Behalf of NigeriaTransBeira Group, Inc. Interactive Tele-presence presentation to National Security Agency (NSA), Abuja, Nigeria
Risk ManagementAM on Project Management Breakfast Forum, The Project Solvers, Rochester, NY
Business Continuity Training InstructorBusiness Continuity Institute -5 day Training Program, Chicago, IL
Business Resilience and Continuity Planning – Strengthening the Weak Links in Chain of Business RelationshipsInternational Training and Technology Limited, Luanda, Angola
Making Agola’s Companies Resilient and competitive in the Era of Global Mutual Economic VulnerabilityInternational Training and Technology Limited, Luanda, Angola
Tornado PreparationRedmond Worldwide/Teleclass (1 hour)
Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) and its Importance in the Disaster Recovery FieldRedmond Worldwide/ITIL Teleclass. (2 hours)
Continuity of Operations (COOP) – Extreme Behavioral Risk ManagementNew York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Two full-day training programs (8 hours each for a total of 16 hours)
Disaster Recovery Planning on a Shoestring Budget2009 Corporate Security, Business Continuity and Crisis Management Conference, New York, NY (1 hour)
Business Continuity Planning and Crisis Management StrategyExecutive Education Forum, Spoke to a group of Emergency Coordinators of Nigerian Banking sector, Muson Centre, Agip Hall, Onikan, Lagos, Nigeria. (4 hours)
Emergency ManagementExecutive Education Forum, Spoke to a group of Access Bank’s Emergency Coordinators of Nigeria, Muson Centre, Agip Hall, Onikan, Lagos, Nigeria. (4 hours)
Session BP31 – Developing Enterprise Risk ManagementCPM 2009 West Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada
Speaker at the Luncheon and Keynote AddressCPM 2009 West Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada
Resiliency Planning – Putting It All TogetherConnecticut Chapter of the Association of Contingency Planners.
Spot 204 – Resiliency-Individual, Community, Business18th World Conference on Disaster Management, Ontario, Canada
A Test, Training, and Exercise Program; Plans for Devolution and ReconstitutionCOOP/COG Training-session 5
Cyber Security Training - Session 5 Security Architecture and Design; Telecommunications and Network Security; Intrusion DetectionRedmond Worldwide
Alternate Facilities, Interoperable Communications; Vital Records and Databases; Human CapitalCOOP/COG Training-session 4
Session Four- Alternate Facilities, Interoperable Communications; Vital Records and Databases; Human CapitalOne hour COOP/COG Conference Call plus Q&A
Session Five- Security Architecture and Design; Telecommunications and Network Security; Intrusion DetectionOne hour Cyber Security Conference Call plus Q&A
Session Four- Operations Security, Systems Security, Physical/Environmental SecurityOne hour Cyber Security Conference Call plus Q&A
Cyber Security Training - Session 4: Operations Security, Systems Security, Physical/Environmental SecurityRedmond Worldwide
Cyber Security Training - Session 4: Operations Security, Systems Security, Physical/Environmental SecurityRedmond Worldwide
Session Three- Achieving a timely and orderly recovery; Essential Functions; Delegations of Authority; Succession of PlanningOne hour COOP/COG Conference Call plus Q&A
COOP/COG Training - Session 3 - Achieving a Timely and Orderly Recovery; Essential Functions; Delegations of AuthorityRedmond Worldwide
COOP/COG Training- Session 3: Achieving a Timely and Orderly Recovery; Essential Functions; Delegations of AuthorityRedmond Worldwide
Cyber Security Training - Session 3: Incident Reporting, Response Planning and Recovery; Information Security and Risk MgmtRedmond Worldwide
Cyber Security Training - Session 3: Incident Reporting, Response Planning and Recovery; Information Security and Risk MgmtRedmond Worldwide
Session Three- Incident Reporting, Response Planning and Recovery; Information Security and Risk ManagementOne hour Cyber Security Conference Call plus Q&A *Took place following COOPCOG calls on same date
Session Two - Protecting Essential Facilities, equipment, records; reducing disruptions to operations; reducing loss of lifeOne hour COOP/COG Conference Call plus Q&A
COOP/COG Training -Session 2: Protecting Essential Facilities, Equipment, Records; Reducing disruptions to operations; Reducing Loss of LifeRedmond Worldwide
COOP/COG Training - Session 2: Protecting Essential Facilities, Equipment, Records; Reducing disruptions to operations; Reducing Loss of LifeRedmond Worldwide
Session Two –Access Control and Identification; Security Management Controls; Application SecurityOne hour Cyber Security Conference Call plus Q&A *Took place following COOPCOG calls on same date
COOP/COG Training - Session 1: Ensuring Continuous Performance of an Agency’s Essential Functions During an EmergencyRedmond Worldwide
COOP/COG Training - Session 1: Ensuring Continuous Performance of an Agency’s Essential Functions During an EmergencyRedmond Worldwide
Cyber Security Training - Session 2: Access Control and Identification; Security Mgmt Controls; Application SecurityRedmond Worldwide
Session One- Ensuring Continuous Performance of an Agency’s Essential Functions during an EmergencyMichael Redmond COOP/COG Conference Call Training Series (5 Session series)
Cyber Security Training-session 2: Access Control and Identification;Security Mgmt Controls; Application SecurityRedmond Worldwide
Session One- About Cyber Terrorism- Learning About the Enemy; Personnel and TrainingMichael Redmond Cyber Security Conference Call Training Series (5 Session series)
Cyber Security Training - Session 1: About Cyber Terrorism-Learning about the Enemy; Personnel and TrainingRedmond Worldwide
Cyber Security Training - Session 1: About Cyber Terrorism-Learning about the Enemy; Personnel and TrainingRedmond Worldwide
Spot 301 – Cyber Security is a Part of Planning If You Want Your Plan to Work17th World Conference on Disaster Management, Ontario, Canada
Cyber Security is a Part of Planning if you Want Your Plan to Work
LawNet –Newark Event
“Restoration and the Role it Plays in BC Planning”Mizuho, Concourse Level
US VISIT PROGRAM part of a continuum of security measures that begins overseas and continues through a visitor’s arrival in and departure from the United States.Manuel Rodriguez, Department of Homeland Security. Ms. Michael Redmond, facilitator.
“The Value of Project Mgmt in Business Continuity Programs”ACP New York Metro-PMINYC Joint Meeting. Ed Farkas, Marty Plevel, Michael Redmond, Cynthia Sime- panelists
General Overview Project Initiation and ManagementGeneral Overview Project Initiation and Management
Week Ten-Coordination with External AgenciesOne Hour Conference Call Training Session plus Q&A
“Recovery Management: Beyond Business Continuity”Zurich Risk Engineering Conference, Las Vegas, NV
Week Nine-Crisis CommunicationsOne Hour Conference Call Training Session plus Q&A
Week Eight-Maintaining and Exercising Business Continuity PlansOne Hour Conference Call Training Session plus Q&A
Week Seven-Awareness and Training ProgramsOne Hour Conference Call Training Session plus Q&A
Week Six-Developing and Implementing Business Continuity PlansOne Hour Conference Call Training Session plus Q&A
Week Five-Emergency Response and OperationsOne Hour Conference Call Training Session plus Q&A
Week Four-Developing Business Continuity StrategiesOne Hour Conference Call Training Session plus Q&A
Week Three-Business Impact AnalysisOne Hour Conference Call Training Session plus Q&A
Week Two-Risk Evaluation and ControlOne Hour Conference Call Training Session plus Q&A
Week One –General Overview Project Initiation and ManagementMichael Redmond Business Continuity Planning Training Conference Call Series
“Emergency Management & Business Continuity Working Together”16th World Conference on Disaster Management, Ontario, Canada
”Meeting Planning Requirements with Limited Resources”16th World Conference on Disaster Management, Ontario, Canada
“What if your Organization Must Support Itself in an Emergency?”9th New York State Cyber Security Conference
“First Katrina, Then Rita: The Entergy Corporation Story”Continuity Insights Management Conference, New Orleans, LA
Featured Speaker – “Will your Organization Survive a Disaster”Custom Computer Specialists- Half Day Seminar, Melville, NY
Keynote Speaker- NFPA 1600Association of Contingency Planners (ACP)
“Enterprise Risk Management in the New Normal”15th World Conference on Disaster Management, Ontario, Canada
“What SEC Registration Means To You: A Practical Approach to Compliance”UBS Prime Brokerage Services Event
“Business Continuity Management: Architect and Implement Solutions”Continuity Insights Management Conference, New Orleans, LA
International Disaster Recovery Association15th Annual Conference on Disaster Recovery Telecommunications, Baltimore, MD
“Are you prepared to meet regulatory requirements in 2005?”AmeriVault Breakfast Seminar, Princeton Club of New York, New York City
“Combining the findings and solutions to meet both the Emergency Mgmt and BC Programs”AmeriVault Breakfast Seminar, Princeton Club of New York, New York City
“Approaching Enterprise Risk with a 360 degree process”AmeriVault Breakfast Seminar, Princeton Club of New York, New York City
“Risk Mitigation Planning”Custom Computer Specialists Beyond Baseline Security Seminar, Madison Square Garden, NY
“Government Risk”InfraGard Conference on Govt Risk & Impact Analysis, Albany, NY
“Business Continuity Planning in Today’s World”- Part OneAssociation of Legal Administrators Capital Chapter Fall Education Forum- The Healthy Law Firm: Monitoring Your Firm’s Vital Signs, Washington DC
“Enterprise Risk, HIPAA Requirements, and other Regulatory Concerns”International Legal Technology Association
Preparing and Budgeting for Securing your Business (Strategic Management/Executive Focus)2004 Continuity Insights Management Conference, New Orleans, LA
Availability Services for e-Business (OR “e-Business Continuity/Availability”)2001 Contingency Planning & Management Conference, Boston, MA (one hour)
Panel Discussion – Territorio y RiesgoInternational Vulnerabilidad Del Desarrollo Frente Al Desastre: Neuvos Enfoques Para Un Nuevo Milenio, Chile