Ely, England — May 19
Any serious disruption to business continuity can have negative and far-reaching effects that place an organization in jeopardy. In the face of lost revenue, brand damage, lost customer confidence, damaged premises, a drop in stock market valuation or other similar outcomes, the organization’s survival can depend on its ability to continue operating.
Risks to business continuity can be significantly reduced by embedding business continuity management, awareness and planning within the organization’s culture, as the forthcoming book, A Manager's Guide to BS25999, will demonstrate when published June 2.
A Manager's Guide to BS25999 is a concise and practical guide to achieving BS25999, the world’s first national standard for business continuity management, first published in late 2007. A Manager's Guide to BS25999 is essential reading for managers, executives and directors across the spectrum with any interest or involvement in operational risk or business continuity management, particularly in organizations that operate in high-risk environments such as finance, telecommunications, transport and the public sector.
Written by Tony Drewitt, a respected business continuity expert and professional member of the Business Continuity Institute (BCI), A Manager's Guide to BS25999 outlines the processes and principles required to develop a business continuity management and planning framework that is in line with, and will achieve certification to, BS25999.
Drewitt, a practicing consultant in the field of operational risk management and business continuity management, draws on his personal experience of working with organizations of all sizes to inform insightful chapters on…
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