There has been a lot of talk recently about Cybersecurity and business resilience and how organisations should proect themselves from the increased threat of cybercrime and even cyberterrorism.
- Business resilience includes business continuity and disaster recovery planning.
- Business resilience is as important, to the national infrastructure, as cyber security.
- Business resilience planning is an overarching governance and risk management responsibility.
- Boards have to plan further ahead than simply identifying likely operational disruptions and develop, in their organisations, a level of resilience that will enable them to survive and thrive in an increasingly difficult environment.
BS25999 is the best practice standard for business continuity plans and every organisation should, for its own survival, follow as much of the BS25999 guidance as is appropriate for its specific circumstances.
The BS25999 Certified BCMS Lead Implementer Masterclass provides comprehensive and practical coverage of all aspects of implementing BS25999 Business Continuity Planning for real and delegates receive the IT Governance BCM Certificate.
This two-day Lead Implementer Masterclass provides comprehensive and practical coverage of the BS25999 approach to:
- developing and implementing a robust business continuity plan (BCP),
- maintaining, planning and continuously improving an existing BCP for maximum long-term effectiveness.