What it Means to be Crawling to a Mature Business Continuity Plan
- Very little IT operations and involvement
- User call notification
- Non-documented strategies
- Loosely aligned function
- Informal policies applied to process performed by personnel with mixed skill levels
- BCP is still in the beginning stages
How to Start Walking to a Mature Business Continuity Plan
- Develop scope for the BCP
- Initiate the process for the Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
- Develop RACI for BCP
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Next Phases of the Business Continuity Maturity Model
What it Means to be Walking to a Mature Business Continuity Plan
- Strategic approach in place
- Well defined processes
- Supported by a specific and highly trained team
- Ability to analyze trends and predict problems
- Still fighting fires instead of preventing them
- No traction within the organization
- Some key threats still need to be identified
How to Start Running to a Mature Business Continuity Plan
- Consolidate BCP processes into a single approach
- Gain larger exposure to overall Enterprise
- Consolidate key threats into single repository
What it Means to be Running to a Mature Business Continuity Plan
- Management process performed at an optimal level
- Best practices are in full use
- Aligned with the organizational strategic plan and personnel
- Managing IT as a business
- All key threats have been identified
- End-to-end testing of BCP not completed
- BCP updates are a core part of CM or Risk Management
How to Start Flying to a Mature Business Continuity Plan
- Develop ITBM Capability across the enterprise
- Complete end-to-end vulnerability assessment
- Measure the impact of the BCP on the overall organization
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