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    DRIKL2014 Awards of Excellence – E-Voting

    The 2nd process of the Awards of Excellence will end today (30 September) at 6pm (Malaysia time). Do cast your votes today before it ends!

    DRIKL2014 Awards of Excellence

    Today is the last day (12 Sept) to submit your profile write up! Submit your nomination before the line closes! You can submit your nominations through this link.

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    Welcome to DRIKL2014 Regional Conference & Awards of Excellence!

    It is my great pleasure to welcome you to our DRIKL2014 Regional Conference & Awards of Excellence webpage! This year, our Conference will be held at the majestic Grand Millennium Hotel, right in the heart of Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur. The DRIKL2014 every year gathers together BCM and DRP practitioners from the ASEAN region to exchange and share knowledge and expertise on latest trends, practices and regulations.

    Visit our agenda now to view our list of topics and at the same time, vote for your nominees for the Awards of Excellence now.

  • Speakers Profile

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    Gary Villeneuve, MBCP, CPSCP, CBCLA
    Director of Education at DRI International(USA)
    Keynote Address

    Mr. Villeneuve has a Master’s Degree in Systems Analysis/Business and Master Business Continuity Professional (MBCP), Certified Public Sector Continuity Professional (CPSCP) and Certified Business Continuity Lead Auditor (CBCLA) certifications with over thirty years experience in business continuity, disaster recovery, emergency management and information technology. Besides, he is the Director of Education for DRI International (DRII). He has worked as a contingency planner, data center manager, database administrator, computer specialist and university professor.

    His experience spans both the private sector and government & has been a Continuity of Operations (COOP) coordinator and was instrumental on projects implementing information technology/continuity solutions for the Defense Department. In addition to teaching business continuity classes for DRII, he has taught computer science classes as an Associate Professor at colleges and universities. He has developed Business Continuity Plans, Business Impact Analyses, Disaster Recovery Plans and Strategies, Emergency Response Plans, Risk Assessments, and conducted disaster recovery exercises.

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    Waleed J. Al-Dakheel, CBCP
    BCM Head of Business Continuity Department of Banque Saudi Fransi(Saudi Arabia)
    Paper 1 – Pandemic Influenza – Latest Developments and Concerns

    Waleed Al-Dakheel has 20 years of experience in BCM, IT Service Management, Risk Assessment & Analysis, Audit & Compliance, Vendor & Contract Management, and PMO. He also specializes in Business Continuity Planning / Disaster Recovery and Crisis Management. DRI Institute certified Instructor and Exam Proctor, for Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery for the Middle East & North Africa. Waleed has created in-house BCM standards, developed risk-based business continuity strategies, implemented and tested plans, and conducted training to BCM professionals throughout the region.

    His work includes a solid track record in incident management in real world situations ranging across in-house incidents, BC planning and developing as well as BCP and DRP simulation exercise. Waleed draws from his professional experience to guide participants through all aspects of a holistic BCM program and to apply these practices for their organizations. He has been teaching for DRI since 2013 in Middle East.

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    Nazrah Rosli, CBCP
    Executive Vice President, Group BCM, Maybank (Malaysia)
    Paper 2 – Strengthening Resiliency Towards Regional Aspiration

    Nazrah currently heads the Group Business Continuity Management and also leads the Group BCM Secretariat for Maybank Group. She has 10 years’ experience in implementing and managing the BCM programme, facilitating BCM exercises and activation throughout all levels of Maybank Group – local and overseas. Strategise to meet the evolution of a global business continuity program, including ongoing changes specific to the organisation as well as the external environments, industry best practices and technology advancements.

    Nazrah also represents the Association of Banks in Malaysia (ABM) as member in the Technical Committee on Societal Security for establishment of Malaysian Standards under SIRIM Berhad and also member of the Committee for Asian Bankers Association (ABA) in promoting cooperation among member banks in disaster-preparedness and recovery. Nazrah has also won the coveted title of Program Leader of the Year – Private Sector at the DRIKL2013 Awards of Excellence.

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    Robert Mendoza, CBCP
    Business Continuity Program Manager of Omgeo (Phillipines)
    Paper 3 – Super Typhoon Haiyan: Issues and Challenges – A Post Incident Review

    Robert Mendoza, aka. “Bobby,” brings 10 years of business continuity management experience. He is currently the Business Continuity Program Manager of Omgeo, a DTCC company where he is responsible for managing the Business Continuity programs of the DTCC in 11 facilities in the Asia Pacific region including the Philippines, India, China, Singapore, HK, and Japan. He likewise drives seamless execution of the company’s Crisis Management framework and departmental Business Continuity Plans. Before Joining DTCC, he was the Administrative Risk Manager of DSM Manila.

    In his career, he has handled several major natural and man-made incidents like the 2007 Manila Peninsula siege, the 2009 tropical storm Ketsana (Ondoy), the 2011 tsunami in Japan, the 2011 Egyptian revolution and the 2012 Southwest monsoon incident that flooded the Metropolitan Manila and the neighbouring provinces. Robert has a wide range of experience of Environment, Health and safety, Emergency Management and Security operations.

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    Neyaz Ahmed, CBCP
    Director for Business Continuity at Etihad Etisalat Co. – Mobily ((Middle East)
    Paper 9 – Social Media Challenges During Crisis – From a Telco’s Perspectives

    Neyaz Ahmed is the Director for Business Continuity at Etihad Etisalat Co. – Mobily, the second largest and the fastest growing mobile operator in Middle East and Africa region.

    Neyaz has more than 19 years of experience in Business Continuity, Risk Management, Information Security and IT Service Level Management. During his professional career, he has been involved in establishment of Business Continuity Management System at various organizations including Etihad Etisalat Co. – Mobily and Samba Financial Group, one of the largest bank in the Middle East. During his professional career, Neyaz has managed effective recovery from many Crisis situations of various natures and impacts. The success has been recognized and awarded at the Global level.

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    Murari Kalyanaramani, CBCP
    Global Head of Service Architecture & Integration, British American Tobacco(BAT) (MALAYSIA)
    Paper 5 – Business Continuity Management – IT Opportunities and Challenges

    Murari is a seasoned IT & Information Risk Management professional with over 14 years experience in Information Security Management, Business Continuity Management and, Outsourcing & Supplier Management. He is currently Global Head of Service Architecture & Integration for British American Tobacco responsible for IT Services Strategy, Service Design & Transition, Supplier Management, Global Software Asset Management and IT Process, Risk and Compliance Management. Murari was previously Global Head of IT Security Services for BAT responsible for Enterprise IT Security Management, IT Security Operations , Identity & Access Management. The role included managing business continuity governance over strategic IT outsourced service providers.

    Prior to joining BAT, Murari was attached to PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Malaysia where he was the Lead Manager for the Information Assurance and Threat & Vulnerability Management (TVM) group. During his stint in PwC, he delivered and managed numerous Information Security, Business Continuity, Business Process & Systems Assurance and Third Party Assurance Services engagements for clients in various industries including the government sector.

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    Anton Daniel V.Yap, CBCP, PMP
    Business Resiliency Manager of ADP (Phillipines)
    Paper 6 – BCM Data Storage Management-Electronic & Physical

    Anton has 14 years of experience as a Project Management, Information Security and Business Continuity Management professional working for multinational Fortune 500 companies in various industries ranging from consumer goods to the technology and outsourcing space. Currently, he is a Global Business Resiliency Manager for Automatic Data Processing (ADP) managing or providing management oversight to multiple business resiliency program implementations for ADP offices and business units in the Philippines, UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, China, Australia and in a number of locations in the US. Part of the global program roll-out includes the completion of a site based Risk Threat Analysis, Business Impact Analysis for all critical business processes, Incident Management Plan and Business Continuity Plan development, testing and maintenance as well as adoption of global business resiliency tools and technology such as the corporate ENS system.

    Prior to joining ADP, Anton also worked for Accenture where he managed the Information Security Management System Framework operations which includes country-wide risk assessment for all Philippines based sites, ISMS policy review, security metrics reporting and ISMS training and communications to ensure continuous improvement of the ISMS and compliance to the ISO27001 standard. As part of this role, Anton also managed the early stages of the business continuity management framework integration as part of the then BS25999 certification initiative.

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    Mr Navaneetharaj Rajan
    Director, Global BCM Asia-Pacific Region, American International Group(AIG)
    Paper 4 – Recovering and Sustaining Business from Alternate Site beyond Days or Weeks

    Raj has 32 years of experience in IT, Crisis Management, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Management experience in the Banking/Financial Institution and MSC Multi-national company. He is currently the Director, Global BCM Asia-Pacific Region in AIG where he is responsible for delivery of Group Policy for Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery in the country to required standards, encompassing all key responsibilities for 17 countries and 3 shared services centres.

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    Ms Zalina Jaflus, CBCP
    Head, Risk Management Division, Malaysia Airports
    Paper 7 – BCM in Airport Operational Readiness and Testing – In Sustaining Resiliency

    Currently heads the Risk Management Division in Malaysia Airports, managing the following key areas such as Enterprise Risk Management, Insurance and Claims Management and Business Continuity Management. Zalina’s achievements in Malaysia Airports, as Head, Risk Management Division include implementation and roll out the Enterprise Risk Management program with the establishment of the Risk Management Policy Statement and the ERM framework and Implemented the Risk Management Information system known as Malaysia Airports risk scorecard (MArs) in developing the Corporate Risk Profile, Divisions, Airports and Projects/Construction Risk Registers.

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    Anton Daniel V.Yap, CBCP, PMP
    Business Resiliency Manager of ADP (Phillipines)
    Paper 6 – BCM Data Storage Management-Electronic & Physical

    Anton has 14 years of experience as a Project Management, Information Security and Business Continuity Management professional working for multinational Fortune 500 companies in various industries ranging from consumer goods to the technology and outsourcing space. Currently, he is a Global Business Resiliency Manager for Automatic Data Processing (ADP) managing or providing management oversight to multiple business resiliency program implementations for ADP offices and business units in the Philippines, UK, Germany, Spain, Italy, China, Australia and in a number of locations in the US. Part of the global program roll-out includes the completion of a site based Risk Threat Analysis, Business Impact Analysis for all critical business processes, Incident Management Plan and Business Continuity Plan development, testing and maintenance as well as adoption of global business resiliency tools and technology such as the corporate ENS system.

    Prior to joining ADP, Anton also worked for Accenture where he managed the Information Security Management System Framework operations which includes country-wide risk assessment for all Philippines based sites, ISMS policy review, security metrics reporting and ISMS training and communications to ensure continuous improvement of the ISMS and compliance to the ISO27001 standard. As part of this role, Anton also managed the early stages of the business continuity management framework integration as part of the then BS25999 certification initiative.

  • Conference Agenda

    Tuesday, 23rd August 2016
    8:00am to 9:00am Refreshment, Registration & Networking
    9:00am to 9:05am Welcome Remarks by Emcee
    9:05am to 9:50am Keynote Addresses by DRI International: “Managing Crisis & Organizational Resilience-Issues & Challenges on the Global Perspective”
    Gary Villeneuve, MBCP, CBCLA, Education Director of DRI International, U.S.A
    09:50am to 10:35am “Pandemic Influenza- Lates Developments and Concerns”
    Waleed J. Aldakheel, CBCP, Head of Business Continuity Department of Banque Saudi Fransi, Saudi Arabia
    10:35am to 11:05am Morning Tea & Networking Break
    11:05am to 11:50am Paper 2
    “Strengthening Resiliency Towards Regional Aspiration”
    Nazrah Rosli, CBCP, Executive VP, Group BCM, Maybank Malaysia
    11:50am to 12:35pm Paper 3
    “Super Typhoon Haiyan: Issues and Challenges-A Post Incident Review”
    Robert Mendoza, CBCP, Business Continuity Program Manager of Omgeo, Philippines
    12:35pm to 01:00pm Paper 3
    Panel discussion 1
    Panelist: Waleed J.Aldakheel, Nazrah Rosli & Robert Mendoza
    Moderator: Mahdi Ariffin, CBCP
    01:00pm to 02:15pm Lunch Break & Prayers Time
    02:15pm to 03:00pm Paper 4
    “Recovering and Sustaining Business from Alternate Site beyond Days or Weeks”
    Rajaan Navaneetharaj, Director of Global Business Continuity Management APAC, GBCM, AIG
    03:00pm to 3:45pm Paper 5
    “Business Continuity Management – IT Opportunities and Challenges”
    Murari Kalyanaramani, CBCP, Global IT Services, British American Tobacco (BAT) Malaysia
    03:45pm to 04:15pm Afternoon Tea & Networking Break
    04:15pm to 04:40pm Panel discussion 2
    Panelist: Rajan Navaneetharaj, Anton Daniel V.Yap & Murari Kalyanaramani
    Moderator: Gary Villeneuve, MBCP
    04:40pm to 05:00pm Lucky Draws & Token of Appreciation & Photo Taking Session
    05:00pm to 05:05pm Day 1 Closing Remarks by Emcee
    06:00pm to 07:30pm Mocktail Reception & Networking
    07:30pm to 10:30pm GALA DINNER & AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE 2014
    Wednesday, 5th November, 2014, Day Two
    7:45am to 9:00am Breakfast & Registration
    9:00am to 9:10am Welcome Remarks by Emcee
    9:10am to 9:55am Paper 6
    “BCM Data Storage Management-Electronic & Physical”
    Anton Daniel V.Yap, CBCP, Business Resiliency Manager, Converged Security Services, Global Security Organization, Philippines
    9:55am to 10:40am Paper 7
    “BCM in Aiport Operational Readliness and Testing – In Sustaining Resiliency”
    Zalina Jaflus, CBCP, Head of Risk Management Division, Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad(MAHB)
    10:40am to 11:20am Morning Tea & Networking Break
    11:20am to 12:00pm Panel discussion 3
    Panelist: Nayex Ahmed, Zalina Jaflus & Murari Kalyanaramani
    Moderator: Wahid Khalil
    12:00am to 01:30pm Lunch Break & Prayers Time
    01:30pm to 02:15pm Paper 8
    “Managing Crisis Situation as part of Resiliency – Issue and Challenge”
    K. Nagase, MBCP, Managing Director of DRI Japan
    02:15pm to 03:00pm “Social Media Challenges During Crisis – From A Telco’s Perspectives”
    Neyaz Ahmed, CBCP, Director-Business Continuity, Corporate Government Department, Mobility Etihad Etisalat, Saudi Arabia
    03:00pm to 03:30pm Afternoon Tea & Networking Break
    03:30pm to 04:15pm Panel Discussion 4
    Panelist: Gary Villeneuve, Neyaz Ahmed & Kavitha Muthy
    Moderator: Ong Ai Lin, CBCP
    04:15pm to 04:45pm 2014 Certification Presentation
    04:45pm to 05:00pm Lucky Draws & Token of Appreciation & Photo Taking Session
    05:00pm to 05:05pm Closing Remarks by DRI International

  • Gala Dinner Agenda

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    The annual DRI Gala Dinner & Awards of Excellence is a formal evening event at which we celebrate and recognize the success of individuals and organizations who have achieved a certain level of excellence in the fields of continuity management and disaster recovery.

    4th November 2014
    07:30am to 07:35am Door Opens
    07:35am to 07:40am Opening Performance
    07:40am to 07:45am Introduction from DRI
    07:45pm to 08:10pm Dinner Served & Entertainment
    08:10pm to 08:20pm Nominations Annoucement
    08:20pm to 08:50pm Dinner Served & Entertainment
    08:50am to 09:05pm Unveiling of Awards of Excellence Winners
    09:05pm to 09:25pm Annoucement of Awards of Excellence Winners
    09:25pm to 10:00pm Photography Session
    10:00pm to 10:15pm Closing Speech from DRI

  • Awards of Excellence

    CONFERENCE 2014

    Submission for the Awards of Excellence DRIKL2014 is now closed. The next process, e-voting, will begin on Wednesday (17/9)

    Awards of Excellence DRIKL2014 Categories (11 Categories)

    1. Program Leader of the Year – BCM

    In this category, recognition will be given to practitioners who excel in the business continuity field. Among the factors considered are the use of imaginative ideas to resolve issues, resourcefulness and innovative during the initiation of business continuity culture in the organizations involved, strengthening relationships between service suppliers, insurers and business continuity professionals, and being creative towards future developments in business continuity planning. Nominations should be submitted in the form of a maximum 1,000 words.

    2. Program Leader of the Year – DRP

    This award goes to the program leader who has demonstrated exceptional achievement, innovative and leadership on one or more of DRI’s 10 Professional Practices. This individual will have enhanced the business resilience and improve the preparedness of a community by championing business continuity to local businesses. This person should be fully engaged in disaster recovery, and will be judged on experience and understanding of business continuity issues and evidence of the development or application of good business continuity practices. Judges will look for innovation within the field of DRP, evidence of promoting BCM in the community such as building on the tenets as contained within DRI’s 10 Professional Practices, and the ability to overcome organizational, legislative or community constraints to achieve the desired goals. Nominations should be submitted in the form of a maximum 1,000 words.

    3. Best CBCP – 2 Awards

    Nominees’ CBCP membership must be of good standing. He/She must have at least 5 years of significant, practical, experience in DRI’s 10 Professional Practices for Business Continuity Planners. He/she must also have significant BCM related achievements as well as made positive contributions to the community and industry since 2010. These achievements and contributions should be documented and shall be verifiable by 2 references (not from the same organizations) who will be contacted by the Committee of Awards. Nominations should be submitted in the form of a maximum 500-words statement

    4. Best ABCP – 2 Awards

    Nominees’ ABCP membership must be of good standing and he/she must demonstrate continuous learning and practising on BCM and DRP since 2010. ABCP certification supports entry-level proficiency with some knowledge in business continuity planning, but who have not yet acquired a great deal of experience in the field. He/she must also demonstrate sound record on his/her BCM learning and improvement as well as contributions to the organizations in terms of BCM awareness. These achievements and contributions shall be verifiable by 2 references (can be from the same organizations) who will be contacted by the Committee of Awards. Nominations should be submitted in the form of a maximum 500-word statement.

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    5. Industry Newcomer

    This award is directed at new business continuity champions who show exceptional potential in this line of profession. Nominees should not have more than two years of business continuity experience and must be able to demonstrate originality, dynamism and innovation in the learning and understanding of the awareness of BCM and its importance within his/her organisation. Nominations should be submitted in the form of a maximum 500-words statement, and should show evidence of the nominees’ application of originality and innovation in the fast-track learning and understanding of BCM

    6. Best BCM Organization – Private Sector

    This award recognizes organization, including teams in the private sector that cross fields or are geographically dispersed. The award is designed to acknowledge collaboration, development and specific achievements of the team internally or partnering with external consultants. Collaborative team work and exceptional communication skills are essential ingredients for a successful business continuity management program, and judges will be looking for evidence of these in each entry as well as examples of the tenets contained within DRII’s 10 Professional Practices. The winning entry will demonstrate evidence of leadership by the team director. Entries should be no more than a maximum of 500 words in length.

    7. Best BCM Organization – GLC/Public Sector

    This award recognizes organization, including teams in the GLC/Public Sector that cross fields or are geographically dispersed. The award is designed to acknowledge collaboration, development and specific achievements of the team internally or partnering with external consultants. Collaborative team work and exceptional communication skills are essential ingredients for a successful business continuity management program, and judges will be looking for evidence of these in each entry as well as examples of the tenets contained within DRII’s 10 Professional Practices. The winning entry will demonstrate evidence of leadership by the team director. Entries should be no more than a maximum of 500 words in length.

    8. Best Service Provider – DRP (Organization)

    Designed to recognize the very best in service delivery amongst full service business continuity providers in DRP, this category will be judged on both a company statement – prepared by both the service provider and a customer, targeted at disaster recovery planning managers across all industry sectors. The company statement should demonstrate the company’s commitment in promoting business continuity to its customer base and the wider audience, which may include staff awareness, training and user-group activity, amongst other efforts. The judges will award innovation and quality as well as customer service and satisfaction and an ability to respond to changing market demand. Entries should be no more than a maximum of 500 words in length.

    9. Best Service Provider – BCP (Organization)

    Designed to recognize the very best in service delivery amongst full service business continuity providers in BCP, this category will be judged on both a company statement – prepared by both the service provider and a customer, targeted at business continuity managers across all industry sectors. The company statement should demonstrate the company’s commitment in promoting business continuity to its customer base and the wider audience, which may include staff awareness, training and user-group activity, amongst other efforts. The judges will award innovation and quality as well as customer service and satisfaction and an ability to respond to changing market demand. Entries should be no more than a maximum of 500 words in length.

    To submit a nomination, click here

    For any enquiry about the Gala Dinner email us atinfo@dri-malaysia.orgor call us at 03-9205 8589

  • Fees & Packages

    Package 1

    Conference + Gala Dinner + 1 Night Accommodation
    Member: RM2200
    Non Member: RM2700

    Package 2

    Conference + Gala Dinner
    Member: RM1700
    Non Member: RM2200

    Package 3

    CLE2000/BCLEAUD + Conference + Gala Dinner
    Member: RM9900
    Non Member: RM9900

    Package 4

    1 Day Training + Conference + Gala Dinner
    Member: RM2900
    Non Member: RM2900

    Package 5

    ABCP + Conference + Gala Dinner
    Member: RM1900
    Non Member: RM1900

    Package 6

    CBCP + Conference + Gala Dinner
    Member: RM2600
    Non Member: RM2600

    *Package 4

    1 Day Training includes:

    a) 1 Day Business Continuity Management Overview & Awareness (BCOE-000)

    b) 1 Day Business Impact Analysis Workshop (BCOE-300)

    c) 1 Day Crisis, Emergency Preparedness & Response Workshop (BCOE-500)

    d) 1 Day BC Plan Exercise, Audit and Maintenance Workshop (BCOE-800)

    e) 1 Day Pandemic Influenza: Building a Continuity Plan (BCOE-PF1)

    *Package 5

    – A package tailored made only for DRIKL2014, where members who have taken the BCLE2000 exam and have yet to apply for a ABCP are eligible for package 5.

    – An instant ABCP where participant can be ABCP certified and at the same time, attend our Conference + Gala Dinner.

    – Members who are eligible for this offer will receive their ABCP certificate + ABCP pin during the Conference.

    *Package 6

    – A package tailored made only for DRIKL2014, where members who have taken the BCLE2000 exam and have yet to apply for a DRI Certificate.

    – Members will need to submit their written essay 1 month before the Conference to receive their certificate during the Conference.

    *Note: Hotel accommodation for Package 2,3,4 and 5, an additional RM500 will be added.

    For more information about Package 5 & 6, please email Yin Yin at yinyin.cheong@dri-malaysia.org
    For any enquiry about the Gala Dinner email us at info@dri-malaysia.org or call us at 03-9205 8589

  • Winners

    Winners of DRI KL2014 Awards of Excellence (5th November 2014)

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    DRI Malaysia is pleased to announce the winners of DRI KL2014 Awards of Excellence are as follows:-

    1. Industry Newcomer 2014
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    Winner: Noor Faizah binti Jamaluddin, ABCP – Agro Bank
    Presenter: Encik Mahdi Ariffin, CBCP – Panel of Judges of DRI KL2014 Awards of Excellence

    Noor Faizah Jamaluddin has been attached with Agrobank for 3 years. She is attached to Business Continuity Management since the beginning and pioneer to implement BCM in Agrobank. She has joined forces to conduct various BCM training exercises which includes Crisis Simulation Exercise in 2012, 2013 and 2014

     

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    Winner: Hairul Affandy bin Ismail – Malaysia Building Society Berhad (MBSB)
    Presenter: Encik Mahdi Ariffin, CBCP – Panel of Judges of DRI KL2014 Awards of Excellence

    Hairul is currently managing Operational Risk Management unit for Malaysia Building Society Berhad (MBSB). He serves as the organization’s BCM and operational risk management manager.He has initiated BCM framework to the organization in mid-2013, conducted risk assessment analysis and BIA exercise and many more

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    Winner: Ahmad Razif Shazi Shaarani – Themed Attractions Malaysia
    Presenter: Encik Mahdi Ariffin, CBCP  – Panel of Judges of DRI KL2014 Awards of Excellence

    Ahmad Razif Shazi has more than 12-years’ experience in Internal Audit and Risk Management. He is currently attached with Themed Attractions & Resorts, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Khazanah Nasional Berhad that develops and operates international & local brand theme parks such as Legoland, Kidzania, Hello Kitty Town & Lat Kampung Boy focusing mainly on ERM & BCM

    2. Best Associate Business Continuity Professional (ABCP) 2014

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    Winner: Shahrome bin Ibrahim, ABCP – MyClear
    Presenter: Encik Wahid Ali Mohd Khalil, Panel of Judges of DRI KL2014 Awards of Excellence

    Shahrome is currently the Business Continuity Manager at Malaysian Electronic Clearing Corporation (MyClear). Overall, he has more than 9 years of experiences in risk management with specialization in business continuity. His BCM experience cover various industries such as banking, broadcasting and settlement.

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    Winner: Salwani binti Abdul Rahman, ABCP – Permodalan Nasional Berhad (PNB)
    Presenter: Encik Wahid Ali Mohd Khalil, Panel of Judges of DRI KL2014 Awards of Excellence

    Salwani is an experience BCM practitioner and has been exclusively involve with the BCM Program for PNB Group. She is well versed with all of the BCM program activities and is one of the main contact person of the BCM program for PNB group.

    3. Best Certified Business Continuity Professional (CBCP) 2014
    kavithaWinner: Kavitha Muthy, MBCP – Heitech Padu Berhad
    Presenter: Carol Chia, CBCP – DRI KL2014 Chairperson & DRI Malaysia Program Director

    Kavitha Muthy holds a Master Business Continuity Professional (MBCP). She is currently heading the BCP & DRP Consultancy Services Unit in HeiTech Managed Services. She provides premium consultation and advisory services for customer in the area of Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery and Information Security with an independent approach based on industry best practices. Kavitha is also the winner of DRIKL2013, Industry BCM Newcomer of the Year of year 2013

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    Winner: Firhan Fikri Hadenan, CBCP – Maybank
    Presenter: Carol Chia, CBCP – DRI KL2014 Chairperson & DRI Malaysia Program Director

    Firhan currently leads the BCM Governance & Oversight section within Maybank’s Group Business Continuity Management (GBCM) department. Firhan has 8 years’ experience in implementing and managing BCM programmes, both within Maybank Group and with his previous role as a BCM consultant. Firhan has facilitated BCM exercises and activation throughout all levels of Maybank Group, both local and regionally.

    4. Program Leader of the Year, 2014

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    Winner: Neyaz Mushtaq Ahmed, CBCP – Etihad Etisalat Co. Mobily (Saudi Arabia)
    Presenter: Gary Villeneuve, MBCP – Director of Education of DRI International

    Neyaz Ahmed is the Director for Business Continuity at Etihad Etisalat Co. – Mobily, the second largest and the fastest growing mobile operator in Middle East and Africa region. Neyaz has more than 19 years of experience in Business Continuity, Risk Management, Information Security and IT Service Level Management.

    5. Best Service Provider – BCP, 2014

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    Winner: PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)
    Awards Recipients – Ong Ai Lin, CBCP & Team
    Presenter: Gary Villeneuve, MBCP – Director of Education of DRI International

    PwC Malaysia is part of a global network of firms with over 180,000 people across 157 countries. PwC has a dedicated BCM team which has been providing BCM services to more than 50 organisations in Malaysia and South East Asia over the past 13 years. They have actively promote BCM among organisations and the community in Malaysia by organising BCM luncheons and speaking in a variety of seminars and conferences.

    6. Best BCM Organization – Private Sector

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    Winner: Maxis Berhad
    Awards Recipients – Bernard Lee, CBCP & Team
    Presenter: Carol Chia, CBCP – DRI KL2014 Chairperson & DRI Malaysia Program Director

    Maxis is Malaysia’s dominant telecommunications provider controlling a 40% market share and attracting 12.9 million subscribers in 2013 with total revenue of RM 9 billion (USD 2.72 billion). The Business Continuity Program in Maxis was initiated in 2000 after the Y2K transition. Maxis BCP focuses on managing operational risks that threaten their ability to sustain their business namely the mobile, broadband, fixed line and international gateway services

    7. Best BCM Organization – GLC/Public Sector

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    Winner: Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB)
    Awards Recipients – Zalina Jaflus, CBCP & Team
    Presenter: Carol Chia, CBCP – DRI KL2014 Chairperson & DRI Malaysia Program Director

    MAHB, the national airport of the country which has a structured BCM Programme is spearheaded by the Risk Management Division (RMD) which is helmed by Zalina Jaflus since 2006. MAHB’s BCM Programme adopts DRII’s 10 Professional Practices, has proven the success of the AOD KLIA2 in May 2014.