Business Continuity is an important issue for all organisations no matter their size or sector. All organisations face business continuity risks. Consider:
- 80% of organisations with a tried and tested business continuity plan are likely to survive a major business discontinuity; only 20% of those without a business continuity plan are likely to survive.
- Over 90% of organisations that suffer a significant data loss are not in business two years later.
- A Business Continuity Institute survey indicates that 30% of businesses still don’t have a business continuity plan.
- The data indicates that many of the existing plans are not comprehensive and that maintenance (testing and updating) is generally inadequate.
- ‘Backup’ is not the same as a business continuity plan, and terrorism should be specifically addressed.
|BS25999 is best practice for Business Continuity Management, and this toolkit contains all the templates and tools that enable a BC manager to quickly and effectively implement a BCMS in line with BS25999.
The BS25999 BCMS Implementation Toolkit contains document templates and guidance that enable you to quickly and efficiently produce your own tailored versions of all the essential documents, as specified in BS25999 at clause 220.127.116.11.
In addition, this unique toolkit contains:
- Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) Guidance
- a Business Impact Assessment (BIA) Tool
- a Risk Assessment and Risk Register Tool
- a BS25999 Gap Analysis/Audit Tool
- a BS25999 Induction and Awareness Slide Presentation
- a BS25999 implementation progress checklist
- a BS25999 Project Management Implementation Plan.
This toolkit also contains electronic copies of two specialist guides, which are useful both for the project manager and for other team members, as well as for training and awareness activity.
With an inbuilt 12-month support and upgrade contract, you will benefit from all improvements to the toolkit for 12 months!