Remote Online Learning - The New Normal after COVID-19 Outbreak
e-MBC-111 Components of Business Continuity
Schedule and Hours
This course continues with the components for required for a business continuity (BC) management lifecycle. While the word “cycle” implies a series of events repeated continuously in the same order, for most mature BC programs the activities that comprise the lifecycle are dictated less by numerical order and more by a logical interweaving of activities, as will be explained in more detail below.
Built properly, a BC program will be stringent enough to provide ample protection in the event of a disruption; it should also be flexible enough to meet the changing needs of your organization over time. The approach ensure your organization’s ability to recover in a time of need, it also provides a broader framework for building continuity in the business and serves to safeguard the interests of your key stakeholders, reputation, brand, and value-creating activities.
Gain an understanding on the key components of business continuity
Understand the critical steps involved in creating a business continuity plan, like business impact analysis, risk analysis, recovery strategy and exercising and testing
Mitigation and Business Continuity Strategy
Business Continuity Plans and Procedures
Exercising and Testing
Students (under graduate, graduate and post graduate)
Researchers, Analysts, Consultants
Those who wish to refresh their old learned concepts
IT and Information Security professionals
Business owners/ managers who want to safeguard their investment from losses caused by disruptions
This is a 7 hours Remote Online Learning Programme (e-Training) This course runs from 9:00am – 5:00pm each day with periodic short breaks. This is an intensive session designed to include as much discussion as possible.