3. Best Practices to Develop, Deploy, & Certify BCM
SKU BCMS102USI. Learn how to use ISO 22301 best practices to develop, exercise, and certify business continuity and disaster recovery processes. This course subscription provides 30 days of access. (In English)
Terms of Service: Unlimited online utilization of this course is provided for a single user for 30 days in duration from the time of purchase according to the terms of Certified Information Security's End-User License Agreement. The subscription expires 30 days after purchase. Subscription time is not banked, and can not be "frozen", deferred, or re-scheduled.
- Developing and Implementing a BCM Response
- Developing, coordinating, evaluating and creating plans and procedures to communicate with internal stakeholders during incidents.
- The provision of post-incident support and guidance for employees and their families.
Developing and implementing emergency response procedures for responding to and stabilizing the situation following an incident or event.
- Establishing and managing an Emergency Operations Center to be used as a command center during the emergency.
Practical experience in handling incidents/emergencies.
- Develop Incident response procedures to fulfill BCM objectives.
- Designing, developing and implementing business continuity and incident management plans that provide continuity within recovery time and/or recovery point objectives.
- Exercising, Maintenance, and Review
- Pre-planning and coordinating plan walk-throughs/exercises.
- Evaluating, updating, improving and documenting the results of exercises.
- Developing processes to maintain the currency of continuity capabilities, business continuity and incident management plans in accordance with the organization's strategic direction.
- Establishing appropriate policies and procedures for coordinating incidents, continuity and restoration activities with external agencies whilst ensuring compliance with applicable statutes and/or regulations.
- Practical experience in dealing with external agencies.
- Embedding Business Continuity Management within the Organization's Culture
- Preparing a program to create and maintain corporate awareness and enhance the skills required to develop and implement the business continuity management program or process and its supporting activities.
- Certifying Your Organization's Business Continuity Management System to ISO Standard 22301
- The certification process
- Preparing for a certification audit
|Upon successful course completion, a dated certificate for 16 hours of CPE credit is issued to your name. The certificate can be viewed and downloaded from your online gradebook.|
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