581 words, 2.2 minutes read. By Gerard Blokdyk
Business Continuity Risk Analysis and Testing 1 big thing: Invest in the overall implementation, management, and maintenance of your organizations Enterprise Continuity program.
The big picture: Be confident that your personnel provides budgetary control and cost reduction in information systems and monitors productivity of information systems resources and manages resources effectively.
Why it matters: Liaison so that your staff is involved in selecting, deploying, and using BCM planning tools, emergency/mass notification services and crisis management platforms.
How it works: Develop and maintain security and assess control on systems and networks in collaboration with Security team to deliver projects, incident management needs and monitoring.
Yes, but: Safeguard that your operation works with sponsors to develop education plans for information systems resources to ensure that skills are well developed and maintained.
What they’re saying: “Be certain that your design interprets a variety of current human resources rules and/or labor laws, regulations, policies, procedures, and documentation for internal and external business partners to facilitate understanding, enhance communications, and ensure compliance.“, Senior Risk Consultant
Between the lines: Warrant that your company collaborates with leaders across your organization to ensure the perspective is represented in organization plans and to communicate organization strategy.
What we’re hearing: “Check that your company is assessing and improving business system solutions by identifying and evaluating options, resolving solution issues, applying project management methodology, and developing and delivering training.“, Risk Analyst
What to watch: Secure that your workforce analyzes the correlation between divisional and organization wide safety violations and incidents and location to determine trends and inform reporting.
State of play: Invest in establishing governance around risk program reporting, regular governance committees reporting, tracking of risks and issues, risk initiative project status and deliverables.
Be smart: Make sure the mission of Availability and Recoverability are to ensure business continuity of essential services and technology to a line of Business.
The bottom line: Check that your design assures that recovery procedures are effective for the restoration of key corporate resources and for the resumption of critical business processes for all lines of business and locations.
What’s next: Make sure your team oversees implementation of operational and non-operational risk management programs by providing guidance and assistance to business units with the identification, evaluation, understanding, management, and communication of risk.
ICYMI: Guarantee your design leads the overall management of process performance by developing control limits, monitoring key performance indicators and informing stakeholders of any deficiencies, improvements, operational risks issues, etc.
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