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  2. 2. What is a Disaster ?<br />Any unplanned event that requires immediate redeployment of limited resources<br />Earthquake<br />Natural & Man-made Disasters<br />Bio Hazards<br />Hurricane/Tornado<br />Fires<br />Bombing<br />
  3. 3. Threats: Terrorist Attacks <br />Business Continuity Disruptive Events<br />
  4. 4. Common Failure Areas<br />
  5. 5. Different Types of Plans<br />Business Continuity (BC)<br />Disaster Recovery (DR)<br />Continuity of Operations (COOP)<br />Emergency Operations (EOP)<br />Crisis Management (CM)<br />Incident Response (IR)<br />Resume<br />Respond<br />4 Rs<br />of Contingency<br /> Planning<br />Recover<br />Restore<br />
  6. 6. Business Continuity Management means ensuring the continuity or uninterrupted provision of operations and services.  Business Continuity Management is an on-going process with several different but complementary elements. Planning for business continuity is a comprehensive process that includes disaster recovery, business recovery, business resumption, and contingency planning as shown below.<br />Business Continuity a Beginning without an End<br />
  7. 7. BUSINESS CONTINUITY MANAGEMENT<br />Security Policy<br />BUSINESS CONTINUITY MANAGEMENT<br />Risk<br />Management<br />BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLAN<br />Emergency Operations Plan<br />Crisis<br />Management<br />Plan<br />Data<br />Recovery<br />Plan<br />IT<br />Recovery<br />Plan<br />Business<br />Unit<br />Recovery<br />Plans<br /><ul><li> Security
  8. 8. Insurance
  9. 9. Vital Records
  10. 10. Business </li></ul> Impact<br /> Analysis<br /><ul><li> Takeover
  11. 11. Product</li></ul> Contamination<br /><ul><li> Kidnap
  12. 12. Strike</li></ul>Testing<br />Dr. Jim Kennedy – July 2006<br />
  13. 13. Did You Know?<br />“If you can’t describe what you are doing as a process, you don’t know what you are doing.”<br />-W. Edwards Deming<br />
  14. 14. Business Continuity Planning<br />
  15. 15. Typical BCP Process<br />4<br />1<br />2<br />Conduct Business <br />Impact Analysis (BIA)<br />BCP<br />Project<br />Initiation<br />Develop BCP Policy & Scope<br />5<br />Identify Risks and their Mitigation<br />Develop Recovery Strategies<br />3<br />Develop & Test Plan<br /><ul><li> Organization
  16. 16. Resources</li></ul>6<br />Management<br />Awareness &<br />Training<br />BCP<br />Maintenance & Change Management<br />BCP<br />Review, Testing & Verification<br />7A<br />7<br />7B<br />
  17. 17. Build smaller teams of Subject Matter Experts<br />Seek team cooperation and sharing w. each other and outside resources<br />Be brutally honest<br />Do it in-house if you have time and expertise, otherwise bring a BCP consultant<br />Simplify large/complex critical <br /> functions:<br />People<br />Facilities<br />Technology<br />Miscellaneous <br />Critical Success Factors<br />
  18. 18. “Expect the Worst and Don’t be Disappointed: Planning for Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery”<br />