ABHIJEET HELE<br />M-10-17<br />BUSINESS CONTINUITY<br />
What is business continuity?<br />How to stay in business in the event of disaster<br />It provides the strategy and proce...
By the numbers<br />93% of companies that lost their data for 10 days or more filed for bankruptcy within one year of the ...
Contd.. <br />more than 60% of businesses have no plan <br />One of the five IT organizations will suffer a major IT disas...
BCM structure<br />INCIDENT<br />                                                            EMERGENCIES<br />            ...
September 29, 2011<br />Stages for Implementing Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery<br />Business Continuity and Dis...
BC-DR implementation process<br />BC/DR        <br />                                                                     ...
September 29, 2011<br />Specific Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Requirements<br />RTO – Recovery Time Objective...
Components of business continuity <br />Consist of four key components<br />Facilities and infrastructure- the IT infrastr...
Consideration <br />Understand what we are protecting against<br />    -hardware failure or damage<br />    -application a...
Maintaining Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery<br />Once implemented , the effective business continuity  must be r...
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  1. 1. ABHIJEET HELE<br />M-10-17<br />BUSINESS CONTINUITY<br />
  2. 2. What is business continuity?<br />How to stay in business in the event of disaster<br />It provides the strategy and process involved to make sure that the company survive the loss of key individual, data, equipment or facilities.<br />It encompasses disaster recovery, backups and even business succession planning<br />Disaster recovery refers to how companies recover from large scale disaster like earthquake or the terrorist attacks such as on the world trade center <br />It determine how a company will keep functioning after a disruptive event until its normal facilities and capabilities are restored.<br />
  3. 3. By the numbers<br />93% of companies that lost their data for 10 days or more filed for bankruptcy within one year of the disaster and 50% filed for bankruptcy immediately<br />20 % of small to medium business will suffer a major disaster causing loss of critical data every 5 years <br />About 70 % of business people have experienced data loss due to accidental deletion, disk or system failure, viruses, fire or some other disaster<br />40% of small to medium businesses that manage their own network and use the internet , will have their network accessed by the hackers, and more than 50 % wont even know they were attacked <br />
  4. 4. Contd.. <br />more than 60% of businesses have no plan <br />One of the five IT organizations will suffer a major IT disaster in five year<br />A company experiencing a computer outage lasting longer suffer huge loss<br />Eg: eBay<br />
  5. 5. BCM structure<br />INCIDENT<br /> EMERGENCIES<br /> DISASTER <br />PLANNING METHODOLOGY<br />IT <br />RECOVERY<br />BUSINESS<br />CONTINUITY<br />CRISIS<br />SECURITY<br />PLAN<br />DRP<br />BCP<br />PLANS<br />SECURITY<br />SPECIFIC INCIDENT<br />
  6. 6. September 29, 2011<br />Stages for Implementing Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery<br />Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery<br />Resilience and Fault Tolerance<br />Data Backup and Recovery<br />
  7. 7. BC-DR implementation process<br />BC/DR <br /> PLAN <br />PROJECT MANAGEMENT<br />PROGRAM MANAGEMENT<br />RISK ANALYSIS & REFVIEW<br />BUSINESS IMPACT ANALYSIS<br />RECOVERY STRATEEGY<br />AWARENESS & TRAINING<br />PLAN DEVELOPMENT<br />TESTING & EXERCISING<br />
  8. 8. September 29, 2011<br />Specific Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Requirements<br />RTO – Recovery Time Objective<br />How quickly should critical services be restored<br />RPO – Recovery Point Objective<br />From what point before system loss should data be available<br />How much data loss can be accommodated<br />RPO (Recovery Point Objective) – Time Since Last Good Backup<br />RTO (Recovery Time Objective) – Time to Recover<br />System Loss/Failure<br />System Restored<br />Last System Backup/Copy<br />Overall Recovery Time – From Last Backup to System Recovery<br />
  9. 9. Components of business continuity <br />Consist of four key components<br />Facilities and infrastructure- the IT infrastructure and data must be resilient and recoverable<br />Processes and procedure-Business continuity /disaster recovery must be incorporated into the standard processes and procedures<br />Operational Business Continuity Plan-there must be an operational and tested plan to recover<br />Business Continuity –there should be a facility from which the recovered system can run. <br />
  10. 10. Consideration <br />Understand what we are protecting against<br /> -hardware failure or damage<br /> -application and data corruption<br /> -site failure and denial of access<br /> -fires, attacks <br />Define levels of service to be provided<br />Define recovery methods<br />Understand business requirements and align information technology infrastructure to meet them<br />Define cost and benefits of implementing levels of resilience and recoverability <br />
  11. 11. Maintaining Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery<br />Once implemented , the effective business continuity must be regarded as a continuous process<br />While this impose an overhead it ensures that business continuity implementation will continue to meet the requirements of the business and meet audit compliances requirement<br />Good solution design will minimize effort <br />
  12. 12. THANK YOU <br />
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