A business case for establishing Business Continuity Plan (BCP)

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What is Business Continuity?

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Business Benefits

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Implementation Roadmap Copyrights (C) 2004-2016 Business Beam. All rights reserved.

What is Business Continuity? A business case for establishing a Business Continuity Plan

9/11 for Pakistan

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Happened in Karachi (June 26, 09)

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Suicide Attack in Lahore (May 27, 09)

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Thanks to KESC

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Berger Paints

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Fire at Shahra-e-Faisal Building

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The Reality of Business Continuity 

43% of US companies never reopen after a disaster and 29% more close within 3 years.



20% of small to medium size businesses suffer a major disaster every 5 years.



78% of organizations which lacked contingency plans but suffered catastrophic loss were gone within 2 years…most had insurance, and many had business interruption coverage! (Sources: U.S. National Fire Protection Agency, U.S. Bureau of Labor, Richmond House Group and B2BContinuity.com)

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Is This An Effective Management Strategy In the Face of the KNOWN Risks!

YES!

NO!

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Effects of Effective Business Continuity The impact on shareholder value

Effective crisis response Ineffective crisis responses

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Trading days after the event Source: “The Impact of Catastrophes on Shareholder Value,” Rory F. Knight & Deborah J. Pretty, Templeton College, University of Oxford, p. 3. 12

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What is Business Continuity Management? 

Business Continuity Management (BCM) is a holistic management process that:   

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Identifies potential impacts that threaten an organization, Provides a framework for building resilience and the capability for an effective response, Safeguards the interests of key stakeholders, reputation, brand and value creating activities.

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Success or Failure? Fully tested effective BCM

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Level of business

B No BCM – lucky escape

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No BCM – usual outcome

Critical recovery point

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Business Benefits A business case for establishing a Business Continuity Plan

Key Benefits (1) 

To Business     



To Operations   



Gain reputation as “Safe and Secure Organization” First mover advantage Cost effectiveness = Higher profitability Better compliance with laws and regulations Better continuity in case of any disaster

Better risk management & risk reduction Better cost control Defined SOPs

To IT 

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Identification and control of information assets Better risk management Defined SOPs IT Disaster management Copyrights (C) 2004-2016 Business Beam. All rights reserved.

Key Benefits (2) 

Better policies, procedures and working templates    

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Business continuity Information security Related roles and responsibilities Organization wide awareness SAP related and general IT infrastructure Use of network services Mobile computing

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Key Benefits (3) 

Identification of Business Critical processes   



Process identification Process ranking according to business criticality Continuity strategies for critical processes

Business Continuity planning   

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Business Impact Analysis (BIA) BCP for all areas under scope BCP awareness, testing and exercises

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Key Benefits (4) 

Information Asset Management   



Information Classification Information Asset Identification & Classification Employee Skill Management

Risk Management   

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Identification and Analysis of Risks Treatment of Risks Development of Risk Management Approach & Criteria

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Key Benefits (5) 

Better Description of Roles & Responsibilities    



Job description related to information security Pre-hiring controls During employment personnel development Post-employment controls

Physical Security  

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Identification of Secure Areas Equipment Security

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Key Benefits (6) 

Communications & Operations Management 

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Documented SOPs Segregation of duties Third party service delivery management System planning & acceptance Data backup and recovery Network security Media handling e-Commerce

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Access control policy and procedures User, network and OS access control Application and mobile access control Copyrights (C) 2004-2016 Business Beam. All rights reserved.

Key Benefits (7) 

Regulatory compliance  



All applicable laws Intellectual property rights

Framework for Continual Improvement  

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Regular Internal Audits Corrective & preventive actions

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Implementation Roadmap A business case for establishing a Business Continuity Plan

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Implementation Roadmap Phase 1: Scoping & Planning Phase 2: Understanding the Organization Phase 3: Risk Assessment and Control Phase 4: Implementation of Mitigation Strategies Phase 5 Training for Audit and Internal Audit 24

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Establishing Management Steering Group Establishing working groups

Project Scoping

Awareness Sessions Implementer Trainings

Team Formation

Awareness

Phase 1: Scoping & Planning

Identification of geographical scope Identification of functional scope Documenting and agreeing the scope of the assignment

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Identification of business impact if process does not work Prioritizing processes based on time criticality Presenting report to the management

Asset Registration

Identification of functions under scope Identification of processes under scope

BIA

Process Identification

Phase 2: Understanding the Organization

Identification & classification of information assets in the organization Asset value assessment Asset ownership identification

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Calculating risk threshold Defining risk acceptance criteria

Development of SOA

Identification of application threats, and risks Analyzing probability and impact of risks

Risk Threshold

Risk Assessment

Phase 3: Risk Assessment and Control

Selection of right controls to handle the identified risks Implementing risk threshold and acceptance criteria Developing and presenting SOA

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Identifying right mitigation strategies Planning for implementation

Business Continuity Plan

Developing processes and procedures for information security controls

Mitigation Planning

Security Controls

Phase 4: Implementation of Mitigation Strategies

Development of Business Continuity Plan Desktop exercise of BCP

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Conducting first internal audit Developing Internal Audit report

Audit Findings

Hands-on internal audit trainings for selected individuals Internal audit trainings on both standards

Internal Audit

Internal Audit Training

Phase 5: Training for Internal Audit and Internal Audit

Detailed assistance in closure of audit findings Identification of corrective and preventive actions

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