Resiliency Management Model - The Future is Now

Presented by

Paul Kirvan, Board Member, The Business Continuity Institute

About this talk

Traditionally the professions of business continuity, security management and IT operations have been separate entities. This is not the most advantageous way to protect an organization. An environment in which these and other key activities are integrated into a structured framework makes better business sense. Such a framework now exists: it's called the Resiliency Management Model (RMM) and was developed by the Software Engineering Institute's CERT group at Carnegie Mellon University. Although considered a framework, RMM addresses critical issues regarding the protection and recovery of business activities from an operational risk perspective. Specifically, RMM overlays the issues of business continuity/disaster recovery, security planning and management, and IT operations and service delivery management. RMM also overlays several key standards, such as BS 25999, ISO 27001, ISO 20000, ISO 24762, DRII GAP, NFPA 1600, CMMI Ver. 1.2 and CobiT 4.1. This session provides a timely introduction to a new and critically important methodology.

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