A Business Continuity (Disaster Recovery) Plan isn’t just a component of the institution’s strategic plan – having one is also a regulatory requirement for every form of financial institution. The requirement for developing and maintaining the required, institution-wide Business Continuity Plan presents special concerns for the Security Officer who often also serves as the institution’s plan coordinator.
- What Is A Disaster?
- What Should A Business Continuity Plan Do?
- What Are The Best Recognized Types of Disaster?
- What Are The Most Commonly Reported Disasters?
- What Will Likely Happen During A Disaster?
- What Should Be The Goals Of The Business Continuity Plan?
- How Should The Business Continuity Team Be Created?
Speaker: Dana Turner is a security practitioner with Security Education Systems – a research, consulting and training firm located in Pipe Creek, Texas. Dana has served as a law enforcement officer in several capacities, including the investigation of business and financial crimes.
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