Once you've completed this table, group the results into A, B, and C priorities based on their score.
C items are low enough risk that you may decide not to address them.
The Plan will be distributed to members of the business continuity team and management.
A master copy of the document should be maintained by the business continuity team leader.
We focus on making business continuity planning an organization-wide initiative and process – bringing people, processes, and technologies together.
We understand the challenges that you face in dedicating time to business continuity plan development, so we’ll do the heavy lifting for you.Different people bring different viewpoints and might point out something that others miss.Many companies put together a standing task group that meets on a regular basis to discuss the plan and any proposed changes.Examples might include removing dry brush near any buildings, having automatic off-site backup of all critical data, and asking key personnel to travel on different flights.Each item on the list should be considered, and any steps that can reduce or eliminate the threat should be documented. the threat reduction provided should be estimated, and a list of steps that are cost effective should be developed.Anyone can earn credit-by-exam regardless of age or education level.Beyond regulatory requirements, your Credit Union Business Continuity Plan (BCP) ensures you’re able to serve your members during times of crisis!A well-documented plan, well-trained employees, and feeling like you can handle any curveball that comes your credit union's way.Your Credit Union will have robust tools in place for activating departmental plans, incident management/response and maintaining a history of your DR/BCP efforts as required by NCUA.Without a plan, recovery is at best good intentions – and part luck.We make Business Continuity Planning an organization-wide initiative and process combining our team of certified & experienced staff with our award-winning BCP software platform.