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DISASTER?

THE SHOW MUST GO ON!

BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLANNING

If disaster struck, would your business be able to continue the show?

Would there be ‘business as usual’, or would the performance grind to a halt?

 

The intention of the BCP is to minimise disruption and enhance the prompt recovery of business processes. To achieve this, the BCP must address key recovery strategies for major risks. It should also outline organisational arrangements for resuming business activities as quickly and smoothly as possible once an emergency has been managed and brought back under control.

NO ONE WANTS TO EXPERIENCE A CATASTROPHE

But emergencies do occasionally happen.

HOE DO YOU MINIMISE THE ADVERSE IMPACT

of the aftermath of a crisis on the business and get the business back on its feet as quickly and smoothly as possible?

STANDARDS BASED CONSULTING

We work to along side industries leading frameworks, and help your business and it’s partner’s rest assured that in the business is resilient for out of ordinary impacts.  

British Standard BS 25999-1:2006;

ISO 3100:2009 Risk Management;

BCI Good Practice Guideline 2010 Global Edition;

ISO/IEC 27005:2008 «Information technology. Security techniques.Information security risk management;

ISO/IEC 27001:2005 «Information technology. Security techniques.Information security management systems;

The process involves the following 12 stages:

  1. Analysis of as-is situation (study of available documentation

  2. Business process mapping (interview, workshop based)

  3. Mapping of relevant organizational and IT aspects (interview, workshop based)

  4. Risk identification (interview, workshop based)

  5. Risk assessment (workshop based)

  6. Risk mitigation capability/maturity assessment (survey based)

  7. Risk impact analysis (document)

  8. Development of business continuity plans (workshop based)

  9. Documentation of business continuity plan (document)

  10. Definition of roadmap and methodological recommendations for further roll-outs (workshop)

  11. Alignment and sign-off by major stakeholders (interviews)

  12. Communication and change management activities

+ Necessary project management activities and steering committee reporting.

Brisbane

Level 36

Riparian Plaza 71 Eagle Street 

Brisbane, QLD 4000

Sydney

Level 36

Gateway 1 Macquarie Place

Sydney, NSW 2000

Melbourne

Level 40

140 William Street

Melbourne, VIC 3000