Learn about the fundamental components of best-practice business continuity management, and discover our nine-step approach to implementing an effective BCMS (business continuity management system) aligned to ISO 22301.
This paper discusses exactly what BIA is (and what it isn’t), where BIA fits within your overall business continuity strategy, and our six-step approach to conducting a BIA.
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As the lockdown continues and more organisations turn to remote working, business resilience has proven to be more important than ever.
The coronavirus has undoubtedly caused significant disruption to the way you run your day-to-day operations. Nobody knows what the full effect of the virus will be. The best way to prepare is to expect the unexpected.
In addition to the clear economic struggles, cyber criminals are coming up with sophisticated ways to carry out attacks to exploit your employees’ fears and the uncertainties around COVID-19.
Organisations must therefore implement effective business continuity management (BCM) to control the effects of the pandemic and reduce its impact.
In this webinar, Robert Clark, author of Business Continuity and the Pandemic Threat, outlines the measures that can help you respond to the COVID-19 challenges. The webinar will provide:
With 20 years’ consulting experience specialising in leadership and management development, Sarah Cook, author of Making a Success of Managing and Working Remotely, outlines the benefits and pitfalls of remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic crisis.
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Although business continuity and disaster recovery planning are essential governance responsibilities, not many organisations have a formal BCM programme in place.
With the NIS Directive now in force, and with cyber resilience becoming an essential business survival trait, the importance of effective BCM can no longer be overlooked.
This webinar will cover:
The BIA (business impact analysis) is a core element of a successful BCM programme. A BIA assesses and analyses the impact of incidents to enable the effective resumption of activities through appropriate resource allocation within specific timescales.
This webinar will cover important considerations for a risk assessment and BIA:
The essence of effective BCM involves having a well-rehearsed response capability based upon concise, relevant and up-to-date plans, as well as the resources to support those plans.
This webinar will explain how to establish a testing, response and recovery procedure based on BCM best practice: