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MSP Course #6 - ISO 22301:2019 Business Continuity
Introduction ISO 22301
ISO 22301 - Introduction and Overview
ISO 22301 Clause 4: Context
Lesson 1, ISO 22301 - Clause 4: Context
Quiz #1 - ISO 22301 Clause 4 Context
ISO 22301 Clause 5: Leadership
Lesson 2, ISO 22301 - Clause 5: Leadership
Quiz #2 - ISO 22301 Clause 5 Leadership
ISO 22301 Clause 6: Planning
Lesson 3, ISO 22301 - Clause 6 Planning
Quiz #3 - ISO 22301 Clause 6 Planning
ISO 22301 Clause 7: Resources
Lesson 4, ISO 22301 - Clause 7 Resources
Quiz #4 - ISO 22301 - Clause 7 Resources
ISO 22301 Clause 8: Operations
Lesson 5a, ISO 22301 - Clause 8.1-8.2 Operations
Quiz #5a, ISO 22301 - Clause 8.1-8.2 Operations
Lesson 5b, ISO 22301 - Clause 8.3 Operations
Quiz #5b, ISO 22301 - Clause 8.3 Operations
Lesson 5c, ISO 22301 - Clause 8.4 Business Continuity Plans and Procedures
Quiz #5c, ISO 22301 - Clause 8.4 Business Continuity Plans and Procedures
Lesson 5d, ISO 22301 - Clause 8.5 Exercise programme -8.6 Evaluation of Business Continuity Documentation and Capabilities
Quiz #5d, ISO 22301 - Clause 8.5-8.6
ISO 22301 Clause 9: Performance Evaluation
Lesson 6, ISO 22301 - Clause 9 Performance Evaluation
Quiz #6, ISO 22301 - Clause 9 Performance Evaluation
ISO 22301 Clause 10: Improvement
Lesson 7, ISO 22301 - Clause 10 Improvement
Quiz #7, ISO 22301 - Clause 10 Improvement
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Quiz #5c, ISO 22301 – Clause 8.4 Business Continuity Plans and Procedures
Business continuity procedures shall:
be specific about the immediate steps that need to be carried out during a disruption.
be flexible to respond to the changing internal and external conditions of the disruption.
focus on the impact of incidents that potentially lead to disruption.
be as complicated as possible to make the author look more important.
assign roles and responsibilities for tasks within them.
The teams that are designated to respond to an interruption must be competent to
assess the nature and extent of a disruption and its potential impact.
activate an appropriate business continuity response.
plan actions that need to be carried out.
monitor the effects of the disruption and the organization’s response.
communicate with relevant interested parties, authorities and the media.
The organization shall document and maintain procedures for:
communicating internally and externally to relevant interested parties (what, when, with whom and how).
making sure that the means of communication are available during a disruption.
communication with emergency responders.
providing details of the organization’s media response following an incident, including a communications strategy.
recording the details of the disruption, the actions taken and the decisions made.
The business continuity plans shall contain:
details of the actions that the teams will take in order to recover and monitor the impacts of the disruption and the response.
reference to the pre – defined threshold(s) and process for activating the response.
procedures to enable the delivery of products and services at agreed capacity.
details to manage the immediate consequences of a disruption giving due regard to the welfare of individuals.
the impact on the environment.
The organization shall have documented processes to restore and return business activities from
the temporary measures adopted during and after a disruption.