Designed a workshop environment that produced measurements of Maximum Acceptable Downtimes (MAD) to determine appropriate emergency management strategies for client's warehousing division. The workshop was rolled out to gather similar MAD data and information from other client divisions. Ultimately, the MAD information contributed to designing and deploying recovery strategies.
Conducted a physical security assessment and an information security assessment, including the development of security policy, recommended protocols, and implementation plans.
Conducted an assessment of the recoverability of the Legal Document Production Center for one of the world's largest auto manufacturers. The LDPC, located in Michigan, was being managed by one of the world's largest document management companies and manufacturer of most of the document management machines in the LDPC. The evaluation was considered urgent by senior management, and in a matter of two weeks, McWains Chelsea produced a detailed assessment of LDPC rcoverability that was used to describe the risk situation and justify the development of a much-needed comprehensive recovery plan.