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BS 25999-2 Foundations Part 1: Business Impact Analysis
Without business impact analysis (BIA) you wouldn't know the recovery time objective (RTO), necessary people, IT infrastructure, and external parties for the recovery, critical data that is used by the critical activities, etc.
In other words, you wouldn't have any important information for enabling your business continuity, and you would build your response and recovery on a completely wrong basis. Therefore, BIA is the main source for developing a business continuity strategy, which sets the ground for developing incident response and business continuity / disaster recovery plans.
BIA is done right after the BCM Policy is defined – it is the first big step in your BCM implementation, and enables you to extract the business requirements from the business side of the organization.
Register for this webinar to learn:
- Terminology – what is RTO, RPO, MTPD, BCM, DR, BCP etc.
- BS 25999-2 requirements for business impact analysis (clause 4.1.1)
- Where does BIA fit in BCM process
- What steps are needed to implement BIA in your organization – how to collect the data, who has to do what etc.
- How to calculate recovery time objective and recovery point objective
- Where are the results of BIA used
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Presented by: Dejan Kosutic
|Dejan Kosutic is the author of documentation toolkits and E-learning tutorials at Information Security & Business Continuity Academy. He has extensive working experience both as a tutor and as a consultant – he is an Approved Tutor for ISMS Lead Auditor courses at SGS, and delivers various ISO 27001 and ISO 22301/BS 25999-2 in-person courses throughout Europe, as well as online courses via webinars. In his consulting career, he works with clients from the financial sector, government, and small and medium-sized businesses including IT companies.
He has an MBA from Henley Management College, and is the holder of the following certificates: Certified Management Consultant, ISO/IEC 27001 Lead Auditor, Associate Business Continuity Professional, and ISO 9001 Lead Auditor.
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