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Presented by Wes Gorham, Senior BC/DR Consultant with Integritas Solutions
“Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.” This old chestnut is particularly appropriate when it comes to managing risk. Risk represents different things depending on your audience. We often hear of the importance of managing the risks associated with making personal investments. Until we understand investing well enough to weigh equity against the level of tolerable risk, we risk making uninformed decisions that could have devastating results. The same principle holds true for organizations seeking to manage their own risk while striving to achieve the goals and priorities set by their management.
The business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) plan is a key tool in any organization’s risk management toolbox. You’ll not want to miss this intriguing look into what modern day enterprises need to consider when managing their own Business Continuity Program. It will provide you with the essential knowledge, expertise, and practical decision-making skills you need to be successful.
1. There must be senior / executive level management commitment
2. Ability to recover is directly dependent upon the extent of the preparation done
3. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Management (BCDRM) is a continual cyclical ongoing process that needs to be managed and executed on an ongoing basis