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100 1  Drewitt, Tony 
245 12 A Manager's Guide to ISO22301 :|bA Practical Guide to 
       Developing and Implementing a Business Continuity 
       Management System 
264  1 Ely :|bIT Governance Ltd,|c2013 
264  4 |c©2013 
300    1 online resource (224 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
505 0  Intro -- About the Author -- Contents -- Introduction -- 
       Chapter 1: Introducing Business Continuity Management -- 
       What is business continuity management? -- Evolution -- 
       The business continuity management system (BCMS) -- The 
       relationship between business continuity and disaster 
       recovery -- Cause and effect -- BCM policy -- What is 
       policy? -- The policy statement -- Use of the policy -- 
       Chapter 2: Overview of the BCM Process -- Context of the 
       organisation -- Understanding of the organisation and its 
       context -- Understanding the needs and expectations of 
       interested parties -- Determining the scope of the 
       business continuity management system -- Business 
       continuity management system -- Leadership -- Policy -- 
       Roles, responsibilities and authorities -- Planning -- 
       Support -- Provision of resources -- Competency of BCM 
       personnel -- Awareness and communication -- Documentation 
       -- Operation -- Business impact analysis -- Risk 
       assessment -- BCM strategy -- BCM response -- Exercising 
       and testing -- Performance evaluation and improvement -- 
       The PDCA cycle -- Practical programme management -- Set-up
       phase -- Ongoing/maintenance phase -- End products -- 
       Resources -- Governance and assurance processes -- Chapter
       3: Business Impact Analysis and Risk Assessment -- 
       Business impact analysis -- What is BIA? -- Non-financial 
       impacts -- Impact treatment -- Identifying the activities 
       -- Suppliers -- Collecting the data -- Impact data 
       analysis -- Recovery time objectives -- Partial and full 
       recovery -- Tools -- The role of insurance -- Disaster 
       recovery resources -- Mapping and analysis -- Identifying 
       resources -- Conflicts -- Tools -- Risk identification, 
       assessment and management -- What is risk? -- Practical 
       operational risk management -- Risk identification -- 
       Scope -- Custom and practice -- Threats -- Multiple 
       threats -- Risk assessment -- The risk matrix 
505 8  Risk appetite -- Risk analysis -- Risk control and 
       treatment -- Preventative and curative measures -- The 
       risk management process -- Chapter 4: Business Continuity 
       Strategy -- IT disaster recovery -- Availability -- 
       Failover -- The ITDR marketplace -- Reciprocal and co-
       operative arrangements -- Go out and buy it -- People -- 
       The rest of the resource spectrum -- BCM objectives -- 
       Deliverables -- Chapter 5: Business Continuity Procedures 
       -- The incident response structure -- Command structure - 
       teams and roles -- Teams and structure -- Roles -- 
       Collecting information -- Communicating with stakeholders 
       -- Team resilience - deputies -- Triggering the BCM 
       response - activation -- Business continuity planning -- 
       Master plan -- Summary -- Activation -- Command location -
       - Command structure -- Priorities and objectives -- 
       Scenario plans -- Recovery plans -- Other plan components 
       -- Procedures -- Incident log -- Internal communication --
       Contact data -- How the plan works -- Multilevel 
       (organisational) plans -- Ending the business continuity 
       phase -- Recovery -- Chapter 6: Exercising and Testing -- 
       Exercises -- Planning the exercise -- Execution -- 
       Reporting -- Chapter 7: Performance Evaluation -- 
       Monitoring and measurement -- Criteria -- The BCMS -- 
       Internal audit -- Management review -- Chapter 8: 
       Improvement -- Non-conformity and corrective action -- 
       Documentation -- Continual improvement -- Chapter 9: BCM 
       Culture -- Making business continuity effective -- Raising
       awareness -- Awareness techniques -- Ownership -- 
       Competitive advantage -- Chapter 10: Document Management 
       and Control -- Reliability -- Usability -- Templates -- 
       Version control -- Document history -- Security -- Chapter
       11: Reporting and Assurance -- Corporate governance -- 
       Supplier assurance -- Due diligence -- Chapter 12: 
       Certification -- System compliance -- Terms and 
       definitions 
505 8  Section 4 - Context -- Risk factors -- Risk appetite -- 
       Section 3 - Planning -- Scope and objectives -- Policy -- 
       Resources -- Competencies -- BCM culture -- Documentation 
       -- Section 4 - Implementation and operation -- Business 
       impact analysis (BIA) -- Risk assessment -- Strategy -- 
       The BCM response -- Sections 5 and 6 - Monitoring, 
       exercising, maintaining and reviewing -- BCMS 
       implementation -- Section 3 - Planning -- Section 4 - 
       Implementation and operation -- Certification -- 
       Certification bodies -- Rogue traders -- Chapter 13: 
       Standards and Codes of Practice -- The Combined Code on 
       Corporate Governance (UK) -- Turnbull -- Sarbanes-Oxley --
       Basel II -- ISO27031 -- ISO27001 -- Bibliography -- 
       Appendix 1: A BCM Policy -- Business continuity policy -- 
       Policy statement -- Scope -- Business continuity 
       management objectives -- Business continuity management 
       principles -- Business impact analysis -- Maximum 
       tolerable period of disruption -- Business continuity 
       plans -- Contingencies -- Responsibilities -- Response 
       organisation -- Group -- Business unit -- Testing and 
       maintenance -- Awareness and culture -- Reporting -- 
       Appendix 2: BCM Competencies -- Appendix 3: A Risk 
       Register -- Appendix 4: A Crisis Management Team -- 
       Appendix 5: A Communication Cascade -- Appendix 6: 
       Document Templates -- When and how to use this plan -- 
       Minimum acceptable level of activity -- 1.0 Loss of 
       premises -- 2.0 Loss of IT network or applications -- 2.1 
       No denial of access to normal workspace -- 2.2 Remote 
       access (from home or other workspace) -- 3.0 Loss of staff
       -- 3.1 Remaining staff operating in normal workspace -- 
       3.2 Some staff working at home -- 4.0 Loss of plant, 
       equipment and services -- 4.1 Outline arrangements for: --
       Appendix 7: A Document Register -- Appendix 8: Acronyms 
       and Abbreviations -- ITG Resources -- Other Websites -- 
       Toolkits -- Training Services 
505 8  Professional Services and Consultancy -- Publishing 
       Services -- Newsletter 
520    A concise and practical guide to the ISO22301 benchmark 
       for business continuity management (BCM), this book is 
       essential reading for all managers, executives and 
       directors with any interest or involvement in operational 
       risk or business continuity management 
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