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Business Continuity Plan

Know your organisation and plan for the worst.

Planning for the unexpected

Prior planning and preparation are essential to ensure your organisation can quickly respond and successfully manage an unexpected incident or disruptive event. Every organisation needs a practical Business Continuity Plan (BCP) to protect what’s most important to them, including your people, assets, reputation, market share, financial stability, regulatory compliance and even long term viability.

Policy and Frameworks

Threat Assessments

Business Impact Analysis

Response and Recovery Plans

Program Development Considerations:

Policy and Frameworks

Policy and Frameworks will assist an organisation to clearly define the implementation and management approach for their Resilience Program, aligned with best practice standards or guidelines. This includes considerations for Emergency Management, Incident Management, Crisis Management and Business Continuity.

Threat Assessments

A threat assessment identifies key threats that may result in significant business disruptions to an organisation. Threats are identified, rated against likelihood and consequence scales and then assessed against control measures.  Findings are applied to the BIA process and used in the identification of disruption scenarios and development of recovery strategies via your business continuity policy.

Business Impact Analysis

A Business Impact Analysis (BIA) is the foundation for any effective continuity plan. It is conducted to accurately map the vulnerabilities of the organisation, identify critical functions, align recovery time frame, plan key resources and manage organisational dependencies.

Response & Recovery Plans

Response & Recovery Plans are task orientated documents that set out the processes and procedures to be followed during an incident or business disruption. By allowing for management and assessment of risk, these plans continue to add value to your business continuity and make it simple and easy to use for essential emergency requirements, operational recovery and resumption, through to top level strategic and business continuity management of the event.

Emergency Response Plans

A tactical response plan focused on the immediate response to an incident to ensure the safety of people and property.

Incident Management Plans

These plans assess the risk as well as focus on the immediate and short-term response to an incident for complex environments and places of mass gatherings.

Business Continuity Plan

Business Continuity Plans (BCP) hone in on the operational recovery from a disruption to ensure continuity of services and products to an acceptable predefined level.

Cyber Response Plans

Cyber Response Plans target the strategic and operational level actions to be used when faced with a major IT security incident, including IT preparedness, identification, containment, eradication, recovery, and follow-up.

Crisis Management Plans

Crisis Management Plans are required during a significant event to protect the organisation’s reputation and strategic viability.

Train, Develop and Validate Your People

Take the next step and build program engagement and team capability through a resilient culture.