It is no secret that a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is an important document to have in your arsenal, especially when responding to events, such as natural disasters or cyber attacks, that may interrupt or halt business operations. As with other critical areas of Information Security, to build a valuable BCP, you need to start with a risk assessment. In the case of BCP, that risk assessment is called a Business Impact Analysis (BIA).
A good BIA helps you to make important recovery decisions, specifically which business processes should you restore first (and in what order), and what is needed to restore those business processes. So how do you build such a valuable BIA?
What You Will Learn
- Regulatory Requirements of BCP and BIA
- Components of a valuable BIA
- Creating a Recovery Priority Rating for Business Processes
- Using your BIA to drive your BCP
Who Should Attend?
Information Security Officer, IT Manager, Risk Officer, Internal Auditor, CIO, and Executives looking to better understand cybersecurity risks.
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