Why Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Should Not Be a Tick Box Exercise

Michelle Hoskin, Standards International Ltd
As owners of regulated businesses financial advisers have so much to think about. So many rules and procedures to follow, many of which are imposed upon us! For many we do only what is absolutely necessary and sadly disaster recovery and business continuation planning is often approached as a tick box exercise.

To help you understand all of the risks that you and your business may at some point face, thinking outside of the box, Michelle will:

1.Give you a whistle stop tour through BS 25999 – Business Continuity Management
2.Challenge your thinking to realise and appreciate the many risks you and your business currently face
3.Understand the key steps that you can take to reduce and even eliminate the impacts if realised
Aug 20 2012
30 mins
Why Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Should Not Be a Tick Box Exercise
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