MINDING THE GAP: IT/DR ASSESSMENT
Making the Most of the Business Impact Analysis
The BIA lays the foundation for your business recovery strategies down the line, so it’s critical to convey results to stakeholders in a way that’s clear, concise, and compelling.
Creating a Workplace Culture of Continuity
Just as with safety, continuity culture is where continuity concepts and considerations permeate everything that the organization does.
Conducting the BIA
Understanding the human side of the business impact analysis is critical to its success – there is no substitute for preparation, communication, and consistency in your approach.
Resiliency vs. Disaster Recovery
Learn about the key differences between resiliency and disaster recovery and how to leverage both to support your organization’s critical processes.
Establishing a Sound Foundation for the BIA
Learn how to establish the sound foundation that is critical to the success of your BIA project.
For Want of a Nail: Are You Really Prepared?
Learn how to understand the difference between having plans and being fully prepared.
A Disaster Just Hit Your Organization … Are You Ready?
Now is the time to face the fact that something bad CAN happen to you. The good news? There’s something you can do to plan for it.
MHA Recognized as Top 10 Business Continuity Consulting Company
MHA Consulting has been named one of the top 10 Business Continuity Consulting/Services Companies for 2019 by CIO Applications magazine.
Planning for the BIA
Planning your BIA is critical to the success of the project. You should have a solid understanding of these matters BEFORE you start communicating with your subject matter experts.
Understanding Real Risks to Your Organization
To be truly effective at continuity planning, we must improve our understanding of actual risks, especially those that will have the largest impact and those with the highest probability of occurring. Learn how to how to look at risk objectively to understand the difference between perceived and actual risk.
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.
A complete Business Impact Analysis can be daunting if you’re unsure of who to include and what questions to ask, but this guide is meant to help you along the way so you can complete a BIA with confidence.
Each of the 10 chapters of this ebook presents one of our 10 keys that will open the doors to a BCM program that you will be proud to lead and which your organization can depend on.
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
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.
Demonstrating The Value Of Your Business Continuity Program To Management
Checklists & Guides
Your program’s functional recovery capability is its most significant value, but the benefits go far beyond that. A good BC program has numerous payoffs—both tangible and intangible—that deliver value on a daily basis.
The Complete Guide To Creating & Implementing A Business Recovery Plan
Checklists & Guides
Too many businesses struggle to survive when a crisis occurs. Whether it’s an IT failure that lasts a few days or a natural disaster that impacts your business for a month, you need to have a plan ready and waiting. Without it, you risk losing control of your company’s critical operations resulting in negative long-term effects.
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.