When delivering business continuity management we follow the ISO 22301 (Business Continuity standard) using the following roadmap:
Business Continuity Governance
This sets the strategic direction allowing management to communicate goals and expectations.
Business Impact Analysis and Risk Assessment
This phase includes:
This focuses on critical business functions involved in the business impact analysis exercise where we establish maximum downtimes and recovery times.
This plan provides much needed emergency notification and disaster declaration procedures. This can include recovery team procedures and facilities and business restoration procedures.
The plan also provides the framework for the testing and maintenance of your continuity plan, Appendices for master contact list, equipment inventories, connectivity schematics, etc.
And to ensure the plan is implemented correctly, workshops to management and key business owners are provided to ensure they understand the Business Continuity Plan.
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