Because most businesses never stop, it can difficult to arrange live simulation exercises.
This template provides you the information and framework to easily and simply conduct desktop walkthroughs of your Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan. Valued at $47.50 and yours FREE “The BC Policy is the foundation of a strong Business Continuity Management Program” This is the road map for all your business continuity program activities.
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Select a framework you’d like to follow such as NIST, PCI, HIPAA, ISO, SOC, CSF, or SEC and Apptega automatically designs your program.
It helps to explain how the business could be affected by a major incident and provides the basis for Business Continuity Planning (BCP) by identifying recovery times for key activities.You can save weeks or even months of development time and put together a Business Continuity Plan that will impress everyone in your company.It’s written by Certified Business Continuity Planning Professionals (DRII), and comes with FREE lifetime support.Have your Business Continuity Plan ready to go in hours without spending thousands even tens of thousands of dollars.Create a comprehensive Business Continuity Plan without all the hard work.Everything you need (fully customizable to your business) to meet audit requirements (ISO 22312, Sarbanes-Oxley, ITIL, HIPAA, BS25999, ISO 17799/27001, NCUA/FFIEC, and more) all in one place.You’ll be delighted at the step by step instructions. This step-by-step ‘fill in the blanks’ business continuity plan template is guaranteed to save you time and thousands of dollars in consultancy fees.Part Two: Be prepared by understanding exactly what the plan is designed to do. Part Three: Management Structure: Clearly identify what everyones role is in the event of an emergency in a detailed organizational chart.Part Four: Immunize your business against chaos by clearly outlining what the essential and specific items are that everyone needs to do. Who will make sure there are plenty of computers, phones, desks, etc?(and who is second and third in command if that person is unavailable).This gets rid of all the little decisions and ensures all the key people are clear on their roles and responsibilities in the event of a disaster. This section ensures the critical functions of the business continuity process are prioritized.