Disaster Recovery Journal Fall World, San Diego, CA 2012
September 9-12, 2012
Pre Conference Course 6
Planning and Implementing and Effective BIA
Sat., Sept. 8, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sun., Sept. 9, 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m
$1295 per person
Presenters: Morris Davis, Ted Brown
The business impact analysis (BIA) is the foundation on which the business continuity program is built. It identifies, quantifies and qualifies the business impacts of loss, interruption or disruption of business activities on an organization and provides the data from which appropriate continuity strategies can be determined.
You’ll learn how to tailor a business impact analysis (BIA) to your organization, to provide management the data to support the appropriate BCP/COOP strategy and program. This dynamic class will review the “critical success factors” that lead to a quality BIA. It will also discuss the pitfalls that probably guarantee failure. Areas discussed include: What should the project plan be? How long should it take? What kind of survey should be used? How long? What should be the goals? What about interviews versus workshops? What is the Output? Sponsors: are they required? Who should it be? Who shouldn’t it be? How do you get management buy-in to conduct a BIA?
Morris Davis, MBCI, CBCP, the KETCHConsulting national practice leader will teach the BIA class and facilitate the exercises.
Ted Brown, MBCI, CBCP, CBCV, president and CEO of KETCHConsulting, is a recognized business continuity industry leader whose tireless efforts have dramatically increased visibility of BCP/COOP nationwide and globally.
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