A methodology that aims to ensure a company’s BCM/ISM programme is appropriately maintained. This typically consists of four elements:
• Plan Currency
• Exercising & Testing
• Programme Review
•Strategic ReviewBusiness Impact Analysis
An assessment of a business detailing the impact that would be felt if it were unable to operate normally due to a major incident or security breach. Expressed in both quantitative (financial) and qualitative (reputation) terms, the BIA is used to determine and justify a BCM and/or ISM strategy
|Business Continuity Planning and Management
Good Business Continuity Management consultants require experience from a variety of market places underpinned by years of appropriate academic and on-task training. At Catbells Business Solutions we have brought together subject matter experts in the fields of Incident Management, Disaster Recovery, Crisis Communications and Information Security.
Through this team we can ensure your organisation’s resilience and, if required, that it meets the latest standards of BS 25999Recovery Strategy analysis
An examination of external and internal recovery solutions appropriate to the company’s requirements.
The determination of cost-effective solutions to meet a company’s Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) and recovery needs. This usually follows and is driven by the Business Impact Analysis.
Exercising and Testing