Business continuity planning is the process of developing, maintaining and implementing procedures to prevent, respond, recover and restore business operations within agreed time frames after a disruption to business operations from natural, man-made or technology hazards.
According to Public Safety Canada’s A Guide to Business Continuity Planning, business continuity planning is “a proactive planning process that ensures critical services or products are delivered during a disruption.” The topic is especially important after the increasing frequency of business disruptions due to terrorism, extreme weather, civil unrest, hacking, and other disruptors. The problems are so widespread, that the international community has developed a new standard (ISO 22301: 2012) for business continuity management systems.
This 1-hour webinar is aimed at those who are looking to develop continuity plans or who are unsure if their current plans will work for them in an emergency. It introduces the business continuity management lifecycle, and jump-starts participants on their business continuity journey. Along the way, it also reviews how one can establish a Business Continuity Management System (BCMS) using the ISO 22301 international standard.
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