BCP Implementation Plan Austin Ford Western Governors University JIT2 – Risk Management Task B November 25, 2013 Business Continuity Plan (BCP) I. Pre-Incident Changes The Mosaic Company is a global corporation that counts on technology for e-mail, information, and financial reporting so it’s vital for Mosaic to be mature in safeguarding its assets, operations and continuity by safeguarding its assets. The disaster recovery is stated thoroughly in the plan for the data centers. The plan explains the duties, processes and activities needed to reduce the vital purposes of the infrastructure and client data. If properly implemented, the drive of the BCP is to mitigate the impact to the clients, reduce outages, and set objectives to re-institute business availability and guarantee the re-establishment of network availability and assets. The primary goal of the BCP for Mosaic is to have the Incident Response team in place so that systems, networks and data are recovered in a timely manner.
The organization should ensure they implement a business continuity plan as well as a disaster recovery plan to ensure that the organization can continue operating during an unexpected shutdown or disaster. This plan is often designed with the use of the information gathered during the risk analysis or assessment step. To effectively design and implement a business continuity plan the organization should ensure that there is an individual that is assigned to develop and implement the plan, determine how a disaster is identified, develop a recovery plan and test the plan periodically (Sayles,
BUSINESS CONTINUITY The purpose of a business continuity plan is to counteract interruptions to business activities and to protect critical business processes from the effects of major and long term failures of information systems or physical disaster to the work place and to resume a normal working fashion in a timely manner. A business continuity management process will be established to minimize the impact on Department of Homeland Security and recover from loss of information and physical assets to an with the use of preventive and recovery
These policies and standards should inform employees, senior management to entry level, their required responsibilities for protecting the information system of the organization. Failure to implement an effective system may lead to financial loss, release of confidential data, and reputation. Businesses are required to comply with regulatory requirements and fiduciary responsibilities. It is the business’ responsibility to ensure the safety of its information security policy. As stated by the Rutgers Office of Information Technology, “The protection and management of non-public personal information (NPPI) must comply with a variety of state
Submit this document with any required evidence attached. See specifications below for details. Performance objective For this task you are required to determine the risk context associated with establishing a new business outlet, within the existing business structure. They will be required to review internal and external environment factors and liaise with all stakeholders to generate a list of risks. Assessment description For the case study provided with this Assessment Task, you are required to review risk management processes and determine scope and objectives, taking into account stakeholder input and both internal and external environmental factors affecting the organisation.
Operational issues 6 4.1 Security of information 6 4.2 Backups 6 4.3 Health and safety 6 4.4 Organisational policies 6 4.5 Business continuation plans 6 4.6 Cost 6 4.7 Increasing sophistication 6 5. Ahold’s legal and ethical policies 8 6. Ahold’s operational policies 9 7. What is needed to use business information 9 Sources of information 10 Attachment 1 – Code of Conduct Ahold Attachment 2 – Ahold Annual report 2012 - Governance 1. Introduction This assignment is issued to explain the legal, ethical and operational issues relating to the use of business information.
* Description in detail of comprehensive research into resource requirements and legal requirements relevant to business goals and objectives * Description in detail of OHS management plan, including procedures for identifying hazards relevant to the business. * Description in detail of results of comprehensive research into a variety of customer groups and their needs and market
| | Generic Benchmarking—The purpose of generic benchmarking is to identify potential solutions to the problem statements defined in Task A. You will do this by looking at how companies in other industries have dealt with similar issues. | Topic A: Data Reliability | Instructions for Topic A: In the Response row, each team member must identify at least one company that has faced and addressed similar situations (successfully and unsuccessfully). * In the Response row, identify whether the company has been successful or unsuccessful. * In the Response row, summarize your key findings for the company as they relate to the scenario.
This paper will focus on internal policies and procedures for business contracts, electronic communications, and document retention related to these items. Business Contracts When creating a business contract, firms must create policies and procedures to run the business. Business policies and procedures must be clear and concise. Company policies represent the company’s operational goals and vision for success. Policies are expected to be followed by all employees and should include the consequences and repercussions of any policy violations.
[2.1] If possible, provide relevant health, safety and security policies / documents from your workplace (or place of study) to support your answer. These documents should be annotated to highlight the relevant sections. 2. Explain the purpose of following health, safety and security procedures in a business environment. [2.2] 3.