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Everything you want to know about Business Continuity.

By: Drewitt, Tony.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Everything you want to know about, 2: Publisher: Ely : IT Governance Publishing, 2012Description: 1 online resource (260 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781849282017; 1849282013; 9781628700152; 1628700157.Subject(s): Crisis management | Emergency management | Business planning | Information technology -- ManagementAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Everything you want to know about Business Continuity.DDC classification: 658.4/056 LOC classification: HD49 | .D74 2012Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
PREFACE; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; Does it really matter?; Corporate governance and CSR; DR, BC, BCP or BCM?; CHAPTER 1: THE OPERATIONAL RISK LANDSCAPE FOR BUSINESS AND OTHER ORGANISATIONS; Weather; Energy; Operational risk management; The risk management process; CHAPTER 2: WHAT DOES BCM ACTUALLY ACHIEVE?; Tangible benefits; CHAPTER 3: AN INCREDIBLY SHORT HISTORY: EARLY DR TO 2011 BCM; Continuity and resilience; CHAPTER 4: THE ROLE OF STANDARDS AND INDEPENDENT VALIDATION; Business continuity standards; Other standards; Compliance; Supply chain.
Corporate governanceCHAPTER 5: THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM APPROACH VERSUS A SIMPLE BC PLAN; CHAPTER 6: PLANNING THE BCMS; What is a BCMS?; CHAPTER 7: IDENTIFYING THEORGANISATION'S REQUIREMENTS; Risk assessment; Business impact analysis; CHAPTER 8: STRATEGY AND OPTIONS; Contingencies; Physical infrastructure; Information; People; Seasonality; Incident level; Output; CHAPTER 9: INCIDENT AND CRISIS RESPONSE; Incidents, crises and disasters; The response organisation; The response team; Competencies; Response plans; Communications; Full recovery; Insurance; CHAPTER 10: THE ASSURANCE PROCESS.
Exercise programmeMaintenance programme; Audit programme; Management review programme; Continual improvement; Summary; CHAPTER 11: BCM AS A COMPETITIVENESS/ASSURANCE TOOL; The insurance argument; Cost-effectiveness; Peace of mind; CHAPTER 12: TOOLS AND SOFTWARE; The BC software market; What to look for in BC software; The BC software market; What to look for in BC software; CHAPTER 13: THE NEW WORLD OF SUSTAINABILITY; CHAPTER 13: THE NEW WORLD OF SUSTAINABILITY; BIA; Business as usual; Incident response; CHAPTER 14: HOW TO DO IT; Visible programme; Awareness; Certification; Summary.
APPENDIX 1: ACRONYMSAPPENDIX 2: BUSINESS CONTINUITY POLICY; Policy statement; APPENDIX 3: A SIMPLE RISK REGISTER; APPENDIX 4: INCIDENT RESPONSE PLAN; Use of this plan; The crisis management team (CMT); Recovery time objectives; Response and recovery activities; Ending the business continuity phase; APPENDIX 5: SCENARIO PLAN; APPENDIX 6: ACTIVITY RECOVERY PLAN; APPENDIX 7: DOCUMENT REVIEW AND CONTROL PROCEDURE; General; Version control; Retrieval and distribution; APPENDIX 8: CORRECTIVE AND PREVENTIVE ACTIONS FORM; APPENDIX 9: EXERCISE METHODOLOGY/PROCEDURE; Desktop exercise; Full exercise.
IT DR exerciseContinuous improvement; Reporting requirements; Exercise programme; APPENDIX 10: BCM SOFTWARE VENDORS; APPENDIX 11: SUGGESTED SOFTWARE ENQUIRY FORM; APPENDIX 12: BCM AUDIT PROGRAMME AND PROCEDURE; APPENDIX 13: IT DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN/PROCEDURE; ITG RESOURCES.
Summary: The book will guide you through domestic and international standards relating to business continuity, with particular reference to ISO22301. Companies achieving certification under the Standard will communicate to their stakeholders their commitment to uninterrupted supply.
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PREFACE; ABOUT THE AUTHOR; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; CONTENTS; INTRODUCTION; Does it really matter?; Corporate governance and CSR; DR, BC, BCP or BCM?; CHAPTER 1: THE OPERATIONAL RISK LANDSCAPE FOR BUSINESS AND OTHER ORGANISATIONS; Weather; Energy; Operational risk management; The risk management process; CHAPTER 2: WHAT DOES BCM ACTUALLY ACHIEVE?; Tangible benefits; CHAPTER 3: AN INCREDIBLY SHORT HISTORY: EARLY DR TO 2011 BCM; Continuity and resilience; CHAPTER 4: THE ROLE OF STANDARDS AND INDEPENDENT VALIDATION; Business continuity standards; Other standards; Compliance; Supply chain.

Corporate governanceCHAPTER 5: THE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM APPROACH VERSUS A SIMPLE BC PLAN; CHAPTER 6: PLANNING THE BCMS; What is a BCMS?; CHAPTER 7: IDENTIFYING THEORGANISATION'S REQUIREMENTS; Risk assessment; Business impact analysis; CHAPTER 8: STRATEGY AND OPTIONS; Contingencies; Physical infrastructure; Information; People; Seasonality; Incident level; Output; CHAPTER 9: INCIDENT AND CRISIS RESPONSE; Incidents, crises and disasters; The response organisation; The response team; Competencies; Response plans; Communications; Full recovery; Insurance; CHAPTER 10: THE ASSURANCE PROCESS.

Exercise programmeMaintenance programme; Audit programme; Management review programme; Continual improvement; Summary; CHAPTER 11: BCM AS A COMPETITIVENESS/ASSURANCE TOOL; The insurance argument; Cost-effectiveness; Peace of mind; CHAPTER 12: TOOLS AND SOFTWARE; The BC software market; What to look for in BC software; The BC software market; What to look for in BC software; CHAPTER 13: THE NEW WORLD OF SUSTAINABILITY; CHAPTER 13: THE NEW WORLD OF SUSTAINABILITY; BIA; Business as usual; Incident response; CHAPTER 14: HOW TO DO IT; Visible programme; Awareness; Certification; Summary.

APPENDIX 1: ACRONYMSAPPENDIX 2: BUSINESS CONTINUITY POLICY; Policy statement; APPENDIX 3: A SIMPLE RISK REGISTER; APPENDIX 4: INCIDENT RESPONSE PLAN; Use of this plan; The crisis management team (CMT); Recovery time objectives; Response and recovery activities; Ending the business continuity phase; APPENDIX 5: SCENARIO PLAN; APPENDIX 6: ACTIVITY RECOVERY PLAN; APPENDIX 7: DOCUMENT REVIEW AND CONTROL PROCEDURE; General; Version control; Retrieval and distribution; APPENDIX 8: CORRECTIVE AND PREVENTIVE ACTIONS FORM; APPENDIX 9: EXERCISE METHODOLOGY/PROCEDURE; Desktop exercise; Full exercise.

IT DR exerciseContinuous improvement; Reporting requirements; Exercise programme; APPENDIX 10: BCM SOFTWARE VENDORS; APPENDIX 11: SUGGESTED SOFTWARE ENQUIRY FORM; APPENDIX 12: BCM AUDIT PROGRAMME AND PROCEDURE; APPENDIX 13: IT DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN/PROCEDURE; ITG RESOURCES.

The book will guide you through domestic and international standards relating to business continuity, with particular reference to ISO22301. Companies achieving certification under the Standard will communicate to their stakeholders their commitment to uninterrupted supply.

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<p>Tony Drewitt is a professional member of the Business Continuity Institute (BCI). He has been a practising consultant in the field of operational risk management and business continuity management (BCM) since 2001, working with a wide range of small, medium and large organisations, to develop BCM policies, strategies and plans.</p> <p>He started his career as a mechanical engineer in industry, and has held a range of posts in sales and marketing, general management and management consulting. He was one of the first practitioners to achieve certification under BS25999 (predecessor to ISO22301) for a client in 2008. </p> <p>Tony is the author of the already successful ITGP publications ISO 22301: A Pocket Guide, A Manager's Guide to ISO 22301 and Everything You Want to Know about Business Continuity.</p>

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