Does your organisation have an effective business continuity plan in place?
- 80% of organizations 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 organizations that suffer a significant data loss are not in business two years later.
- The Business Continuity Institute’s 2005 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.
- the scope and objectives of the BCMS and procedures;
- the BCM policy;
- the provision of resources;
- the competency of BCM personnel and associated training records;
- the business impact analysis;
- the risk assessment;
- the business continuity strategy;
- the incident response structure;
- business continuity plans and incident management plans;
- BCM exercising;
- the maintenance and review of BCM arrangements;
- internal audit;
- management review of the BCMS;
- preventive and corrective actions; and
- continual improvement.
This BS25999 BCMS Implementation Toolkit contains document templates, tools and references that enable you to quickly and efficiently produce your own tailored versions of all these essential documents.
This toolkit also contains electronic copies of the following specialist guides:
- BS25999 A Pocket Guide;
- Business Continuity and BS25999: A Combined Glossary; &
- Business Continuity Management: a Manager’s Guide to BS25999 – a concise and practical guide to implementing this new benchmark for business continuity management.