While you’re closing out 2013 and getting ready for 2014, make sure you include testing/exercising your business continuity plan on your agenda. There’s no better way to start the new year than by making sure your plan will work and all your people know what they should do if and when a disruption occurs. This week’s articles can provide you with some help.
Do you really want to find out your plan doesn’t work as the building floods or the backup generator fails? (Item #1) Before you know what your testing scenario might be, you need to know a number of other things. (Item #2) Haven’t run a BC test/exercise before? Here’s help. (Item #3)
The success of a Business Continuity Program is dependent on various components working together to achieve a common goal. (Item #4) Testing can be a major challenge to many organizations. (Item #5) Don’t test your plan - Exercise your credit union business continuity plan! (Item #6)