BIA, BCP, DRP, EMOP Plan Template Plan

The Business Impact Assessment (BIA) and other template documents are purposely created to identify the key business processes and technology components that would suffer the greatest financial, operational, customer, and/or legal and regulatory loss in the event of a disaster.

Business Impact Analysis

The Business Impact Analysis (BIA) is performed to identify the key business processes and technology components that would suffer the greatest financial, operational, customer, and/or legal and regulatory loss in the event of a disaster.  The main intent of a BIA is to identify all the critical resources, systems, facilities, records, etc., that are required for the continuity of the business.  Additionally, the time it would take to recovery such resources will be identified.

Business Continuity Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment is a process that involves the identification, analysis, and evaluation of all possible risks, hazards, and threats to an entity’s external and internal environment. The process will also look into the entity’s vulnerabilities to weather-related threats, hazards from its local area, HVAC failure, and potential weaknesses within/internal and without/external the organization’s security standards.

Data Center Recovery Plan

Data center/technology disaster recovery is the process of regaining access to the data, hardware, and software necessary to resume critical business operations after a natural or human-induced disaster.

Disaster Recovery Plan

The Disaster Recovery Plan Template includes all the things that needed to modify a Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity plan to suit your organization’s precise requirements. This document include sections on Recovery Strategy, Network Recovery, Application and System Recovery, Disaster Declaration Procedure, Telecommunications Recovery, Notification Procedures, Vendor Agreement for Recovery Services, Recovery Teams (Administrative Team, Management Team, Alternate Site Team, Offsite Storage Team), vendor, employee and other emergency contact information, alternate command center, recovery site and much more.

Business Continuity Plan

The maximum of the laws and regulations recommends or imply a requirement for Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP) and Business Continuity Plan (BCP). The need of these requirements varies among industry sectors, affecting the development, focus, and execution of business continuity plans.