New ISO 22301 for Business Continuity
This webinar will introduce ISO 2230, the standard for proving that an organization has an effective business continuity management system (BCMS), explain the benefits of this standard and show how and when to use it.
September 4, 2012, 09:00
September 4, 2012, 00:00
SGS invites you to attend the webinar "New ISO 22301 for Business Continuity" on September 04, 2012.
The objective of this 45-minute complimentary webinar is to introduce the ISO 22301 as a recognized method to prove that an organization has an effective business continuity management system (BCMS) in place. The background and benefits for any organization adhering to this standard, and how to adopt this new management framework and fit for purpose will be discussed. In the latter part of the webinar, a case study will be shared discussing why the executive level of an organization decided to go for the BCMS.
- Introduce the background on the new ISO 22301
- How an organization adopts the BCMS?
- Case study
The ISO 22301 BCMS is a framework for building business resilience capabilities to effectively respond to unexpected business disruptions, ensuring safeguards are in place to protect the interests of key stakeholders, as well as an organization’s reputation, brand and value. It enables an organization to cope with a situation arising from unplanned IT and telecom outages, data breaches involving the loss or theft of confidential information, cyber attacks using malware, denial of service, adverse weather (windstorms, tornadoes, flooding, snow or drought) and interruption of utility supplies such as water, gas, electricity or waste disposal.
The webinar targets those from management level such as an executive manager, senior manager, head of a business unit, project manager; manager responsible for HR, supply chain, risk management, emergency responses, or procurement. The ISO 22301 is for management level to determine the business continuity strategy in advance based on in-depth risk evaluation, and then to come out with feasible risk countermeasures and business continuity plans (BCPs) through the continual improvement cycle Plan-Do-Check-Act to ensure business resilience under extreme circumstances like natural disaster, human error or technical failure.
Mr. Louis Lu – SGS - IT Risk Management & Certification Services Global Product Manager
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09:00 a.m. London
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04:00 a.m. New York
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02:00 p.m. London
03:00 p.m. Paris, Berlin, Madrid, Amsterdam
09:00 a.m. New York
09:00 p.m. Singapore, Kuala Lumpur
Cost: No Charge