Milan Petrásek31st January 2013
Overview What Why How Summary
What is BCM? I.There are a plenty of definiton                                  ISO 22301
Intro – What is BCM? II.  And there are a plenty of   frameworks, standards etc.                                Big Four s...
What really BCM is?           Identification of                Risks              Business           Impact Analysis      ...
Why? I.          2 out of 5 enterprises that          experience a disaster, go out          of business within 5 years.  ...
Why? II. One of Top IT Priorities for 2010/2011 (by  Forrester) Probability of crisis situations isn‘t zero.   Crisis s...
Why? III. To protect critical business processes from the  effects of major failures or disaster To counteract interrupt...
HowTo survive a disaster you need: a plan to follow well trained people vital data a place to go
Summary BCM isnt primarily about ICT BCM needs support from top management (CEO, COO, Board) The most important part of...
Sources  Wikipediahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_continuity Forrester Research – Survey 2010http://www.forrester....
Questions       Thank you
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Business Continuity Management

  1. 1. Milan Petrásek31st January 2013
  2. 2. Overview What Why How Summary
  3. 3. What is BCM? I.There are a plenty of definiton ISO 22301
  4. 4. Intro – What is BCM? II. And there are a plenty of frameworks, standards etc. Big Four scenarioBritish standard BS25999
  5. 5. What really BCM is? Identification of Risks Business Impact Analysis Recovery Strategy Recovery Plan Development Testing & Exercising
  6. 6. Why? I. 2 out of 5 enterprises that experience a disaster, go out of business within 5 years. Business continuity plans and disaster recovery services ensure continuing viability.
  7. 7. Why? II. One of Top IT Priorities for 2010/2011 (by Forrester) Probability of crisis situations isn‘t zero.  Crisis situations:  „Accident-like“ – for example fire  Natural disaster - floods, storm  Failure of buildings technology - energy supply  And many more In some businesses BCM is mandatory (Czech law – 240/2000 Sb – crisis management)
  8. 8. Why? III. To protect critical business processes from the effects of major failures or disaster To counteract interruptions to business activities Information is the key. And information still grow up … Without information and information technology, we wont be able to have good decisions
  9. 9. HowTo survive a disaster you need: a plan to follow well trained people vital data a place to go
  10. 10. Summary BCM isnt primarily about ICT BCM needs support from top management (CEO, COO, Board) The most important part of BCM are  Planning  Training  Testing Technology is only a tool.
  11. 11. Sources Wikipediahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Business_continuity Forrester Research – Survey 2010http://www.forrester.com Gartnerhttp://www.gartner.com/id=340749 CIOhttp://www.cio.com/article/40287/Business_Continuity_and_Disaster_Recovery_Planning _Definition_and_Solutions
  12. 12. Questions Thank you
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