Getting ready to launch a BIA for your organization? The information it will reveal about your critical business operations and their dependencies will be foundational in your efforts to design a good business continuity plan.
Learn how to how to use mock exercises to test the true capability of your BC/DR program. This presentation will teach you about using mock exercises to enhance the maturity and recoverability of your organization.
Your BCM program’s functional recovery capability is its most significant value. Measuring and understanding the level of alignment with standards, mitigation of risk, and execution in your recovery plans can provide insight into your organization’s ability to recover in the event of a disruption.
THE CRITICAL PATH TO RECOVERY
It’s the last 2 minutes in the game and you’re down by a few points. What key plays do you need to execute in order to pull ahead? How do you strategize your plan in this crucial time? Did you plan for this type of situation? Now, an incident has occurred, and the first 24 hours are the most critical. How do you react? This webinar tackles the who, what, when, where, why and how to execute your playbook in the first 24 hours.
A cyber exercise can be quite different from the usual disaster recovery exercise and there are some things you should consider when undertaking such an endeavor. Performing a cyber exercise, especially leveraging known weaknesses and gaps, should provide appropriate stress-inducing behavior. Exercises are about simulating a real event and identifying weaknesses and gaps in your technical and management capability.
BUSINESS CONTINUITY TRENDS
Michael Herrera, CEO and founder of MHA Consulting, sat down with Monique Hafler, Business Continuity Management Program Administrator for the Central Arizona Project, to discuss some trends in the Business Continuity Management field.