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How to Incorporate BCM Into Your ERM Program Webinar

March 7, 2024 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
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In this basic course, you will learn how to switch perspectives from having a static Business Continuity Plan to an ongoing dynamic Business Continuity Management (BCM) system, and how to integrate it into your Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) Program. The presenter will take you through the key elements of the FFIEC’s Business Continuity Management Booklet that is part of the FFIEC’s IT Examination Handbook. You will walk away with a deeper understanding of BCP and BCM, how the Disaster Recovery Plan, Crisis Management, and Incident Response are critical components of the overall plan, and take away practical tools to increase your resiliency in all areas of operations.

Part I: Business Continuity Management

• The ERM Puzzle and Risk Categories
• Business Continuity Management (BCM) and Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
• The BCM Cycle
• The BCM Governance and Responsibilities of Leadership and Board
• BCM Audit
• BCM Elements relative to ERM
• Business Continuity Strategies

Part II: Resiliency, BCP, and DRP

• What does “Resilience of Operations” mean and how do you become resilient?
• Vendor Management: The role of Third-Party Service Providers
• Business Continuity Plan: Definition, Elements, and Components
• BCP and Incident Response, Disaster Recovery, Crisis Management, Training, and Testing
• The importance of testing and what to do with the results

Key Learning Objectives:

• The difference and relationship between the BCP and the BCM
• The BCM Cycle
• The BCM Governance and Responsibilities of Senior Management and Board
• How BCM fits in within the ERM umbrella
• What does “Resilience of Operations” mean and how do you become resilient?
• Business Continuity Strategies
• The role of Third-Party Service Providers (Vendor Management)
• Incidence Response
• The importance of testing and what to do with the results
• What to expect from an examination

Target Audience:
Enterprise Risk Management leaders and ERM team, IT Director, IT leaders or those who have IT reporting to them, IT personnel, senior leadership involved in BCM or who want to learn how BCM and ERM are integrated