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Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery Planning & Leadership 18 - 21 June 2013 Jakarta Indonesia

Business Continuity, Disaster Recovery Planning & Leadership 18 - 21 June 2013 Jakarta Indonesia

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Disasters could cripple your organization, suspending mission-critical processes and disrupting service to your customers. These disasters could be man-made or natural in nature.

The Business Continuity Plan addresses an organization’s ability to continue functioning when normal operations are disrupted. A Disaster Recovery Plan is used to define the resources, action, tasks, and data required to manage the business recovery process in the event of a disaster.

In this workshop you learn to identify vulnerabilities and implement appropriate countermeasures to prevent and mitigate threats to your mission-critical processes. You will learn techniques for creating a business continuity plan (BCP) and the methodology for building an infrastructure that supports its effective implementation.

Benefits of Attending:

Using a carefully selected case study, course participants will:

- Create, document and test continuity arrangements for an organization
- Perform a risk assessment and Business Impact Assessment (BIA) to identify vulnerabilities
- Select and deploy an alternate site for continuity of mission-critical activities
- Identify appropriate strategies to recover the infrastructure and processes
- Organize and manage recovery teams
- Test and maintain an effective recovery plan in a rapidly changing technology environment

Exclusive:
- Bring your BCP/DRP for private consultation review
- BCP/DRP Step-by-step Guide
- BCP/DRP templates and worksheets to aid you in applying and putting into practice what you have learned from this workshop
- FREE CD containing course material, case studies, and other related items of the training workshop

Who should attend:

- Vice Presidents, Directors, General Managers
- Chief Information Officers
- Chief Security Officers
- Chief Information Security Officers
- Chief Technology Officers
- Heads of Departments in Information Security Management

Contact Kris at kris@360bsi.com to register.
Disasters could cripple your organization, suspending mission-critical processes and disrupting service to your customers. These disasters could be man-made or natural in nature.

The Business Continuity Plan addresses an organization’s ability to continue functioning when normal operations are disrupted. A Disaster Recovery Plan is used to define the resources, action, tasks, and data required to manage the business recovery process in the event of a disaster.

In this workshop you learn to identify vulnerabilities and implement appropriate countermeasures to prevent and mitigate threats to your mission-critical processes. You will learn techniques for creating a business continuity plan (BCP) and the methodology for building an infrastructure that supports its effective implementation.

Benefits of Attending:

Using a carefully selected case study, course participants will:

- Create, document and test continuity arrangements for an organization
- Perform a risk assessment and Business Impact Assessment (BIA) to identify vulnerabilities
- Select and deploy an alternate site for continuity of mission-critical activities
- Identify appropriate strategies to recover the infrastructure and processes
- Organize and manage recovery teams
- Test and maintain an effective recovery plan in a rapidly changing technology environment

Exclusive:
- Bring your BCP/DRP for private consultation review
- BCP/DRP Step-by-step Guide
- BCP/DRP templates and worksheets to aid you in applying and putting into practice what you have learned from this workshop
- FREE CD containing course material, case studies, and other related items of the training workshop

Who should attend:

- Vice Presidents, Directors, General Managers
- Chief Information Officers
- Chief Security Officers
- Chief Information Security Officers
- Chief Technology Officers
- Heads of Departments in Information Security Management

Contact Kris at kris@360bsi.com to register.

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YOUR INTERNATIONALCOURSE FACILITATOR
Dr Mark T. Edmead
MBA, CISSP, CISA, CompTIA Security+
IT SecurityConsultant & TrainerMTE Advisors
Mark T. Edmead is a successul technology entrepreneurwith over 28 years o practical experience in computersystems architecture, inormation security, and projectmanagement.Mark excels in managing the tight-deadlines and everchanging tasks related to mission-critical projectschedules. He has extensive knowledge in IT security, ITand application audits, Internal Audit, IT governance,including Sarbanes-Oxley, FDIC/FFIEC, and GLBAcompliance auditing.Mr. Edmead understands all aspects o inormationsecurity and protection including access controls,cryptography, security management practices, network and Internet security, computer security law andinvestigations, and physical security.He has trained Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 companiesin the areas o inormation, system, and Internet security.He has worked with many international frms, and has theunique ability to explain very technical concepts insimple-to-understand terms. Mr. Edmead is a sought aterauthor and lecturer or inormation security andinormation technology topics.Mark works as an inormation security and regulatorycompliance consultant. He has:
Conducted internal IT audits in the areas o criticalinrastructure/ systems and applications,
Assessed and tested internal controls o criticalinrastructure platorm systems (Windows, UNIX, IIS, SQL,Oracle)
Assessed and tested internal controls o various criticalfnancial applications.
Prepared risk assessments and determined risks tocritical fnancial data systems and inrastructurecomponents.
Created test plans & processes and executed test plans.
Conducted reviews o existing systems andapplications, ensuring appropriate security, managementand data integrity via control processes.
Prepared written reports to all levels o management
Participated in audit review panel sessions to addressresults, conclusions and ollow-up actions required.
Tel: +6016 3326360Fax: +603 9205 7788kris@360bsigroup.com
1. Bring your Business Continuity Plan/Disaster Recover
 
y Plan (BCP/DRP) forprivate consultation review2. BCP/DRP Step-by-step Guide3. BCP/DRP templates and worksheets to aid you in applying and putting intopractice what you have learned from this workshop4. FREE copy of the course material, case studies, and other related items of thetraining workshop
 
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TEMPLATES & TAKEAWAYS
Sample Case Studies:
A major Middle Eastern bank has been experiencing tremendous growth and management feels thattheir current BCP and DRP plans outdated. In this case study the delegates with perform a businessimpact analysis, based on interviews with key company stakeholders and subject matter experts, andoutline which business areas are the most critical and in need of improved continuity and recoveryplans.
A manufacturing company is considering implementing a disaster recovery plan but does not knowwhich disaster recovery approach they should implement. In this case study the delegates with studythe business enterprise, perform a risk analysis, and determine if a hot site, cold site, warm site, oranother disaster recovery method is the best approach.
Using a carefully selected case study, course participants will:
 
Create, document and test continuity arrangements or an organization
 
Perorm a risk assessment and Business Impact Assessment (BIA) to identiyvulnerabilities
 
Select and deploy an alternate site or continuity o mission-critical activities
 
Identiy appropriate strategies to recover the inrastructure and processes
 
Organize and manage recovery teams
 
 Test and maintain an eective recovery plan in a rapidly changing technologyenvironment
BENEFITS OF ATTENDING
Disasters could cripple your organization, suspending mission-critical processes anddisrupting service to your customers. These disasters could be man-made or naturalin nature. The Business Continuity Plan addresses an organizations ability to continueunctioning when normal operations are disrupted.A Disaster Recovery Plan is used to defne the resources, action, tasks, and datarequired to manage the business recovery process in the event o a disaster. In thisworkshop you learn to identiy vulnerabilities and implement appropriatecountermeasures to prevent and mitigate threats to your mission-critical processes.You will learn techniques or creating a business continuity plan (BCP) and themethodology or building an inrastructure that supports its eectiveimplementation.
COURSE OVERVIEW
 
ITSERIES18 - 21 JUNE 2013FOUR SEASONS HOTEL JAKARTAINDONESIA
BUSINESSCONTINUITY,DISASTERRECOVERYPLANNING &LEADERSHIP
E XCLU SI VE  T AKE AW A Y
For earl y bird booking s be fore 1 2 - APRIL - 2013
FREE 1  Year  A fliate member ship ( worth £75 )  with the Bu sine s s Continuit y In stitute
(** re  er to page 3   or   urther detail s )
 
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Vice Presidents, Directors, General ManagersChie Inormation OfcersChie Inormation Security OfcersChie Technology OfcersBusiness Continuity OfcersHeads o Departments in Inormation SecurityManagement Inormation Systems, ITInrastructure, IT Architecture, Network Operations, IT Operations, IT Data Center,DataBase Management, IT DeploymentIT Business Enterprise, IT Risk Management,IT Quality Assurance, IT Audit, Risk Management,Internal Audit, Disaster Recovery
WHY THIS EVENT
 The aim o this interactive workshop is to provideyou with the skills critical to business continuity,disaster recovery & risk management.Ater attending this workshop, you will leaveully armed with the knowledge needed tocreate a business continuity plan (BCP) and themethodology or building an inrastructure thatsupports its eective implementation. The combination o interactive presentations,hands-on exercises and open discussion groupsalong with real case studies, ensures you willobtain maximum value rom attending.
DAY2BCP/DRP - CONCEPTS & PRINCIPLES
Introduction to Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning
- The diference between business continuity and disaster recovery- Why a recovery plan is an integral part o an organization’s operationalstrategyUnderstanding where the threats come rom- Understanding codes o practice and legal/regulatory compliancerequirements- The step-by-step process or BCP/DRP
Protecting our assets
- What are we protecting?- What are our mission-critical processes?- How to prioritize what is important to protect
What is risk and how do we deal with it?
- Understanding risk assessment methodologies- Matching the response to the threat based on the risk - Enterprise vs. local risk management- Top business continuity planning mistakes
The need for business continuation – a case study
- Introduction o ctitious business case- Understand business continuity/disaster recovery needs- Documenting the continuity requirements
DAY1BUSINESS CONTINUITYLEADERSHIP WORKSHOP
IT Leadership Workshop is a special one-day course designed to coverthe challenges aced with managing the business continuity eforts in anorganization. Implementing a ull business continuity plan and disasterrecovery plan is a major efort. This requires coordination with alldepartments. It requires interacing with individuals at all levels romtechnicians and programmers to managers, directors, and C-levelexecutives.In this workshop you will learn how perorm a stakeholder analysis,outline the stakeholders required to accomplish your job, and how toefectively navigate the possible roadblocks preventing you romaccomplishing your tasks. In addition, you will learn tips and techniquesthat will increase your competence and condence when inuencingand implementing inormation technology in your organization.
Managing the Business Continuity Process
- Creating a BCP/DRP ramework - Determining your critical success actors (CSF)- Determining your key perormance indicators (KPI)- Business continuity management strategies
Understanding your Corporate Culture
- Understanding your organization’s trends, strategy and environment- Tips, tricks, and trouble spots- Developing a business continuity management culture- Exercising, maintenance, and audit
Understanding your Stakeholders
- How to identiy your key stakeholders- Perorming a stakeholder analysis- Creating a stakeholder engagement communication plan- Getting stakeholder engagement and support
COURSECONTENT
 
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COURSE SCHEDULE
8.008.3010.10 - 10.3012.00 - 13.0014.40 - 15.0016.00Registration & Cofee/TeaWorkshop commencesMorning cofee/teaLunchAternoon cofee/teaEnd o day
“Session well organized. The trainer is veryconversant with the subject matter. Well deliveredand would defnitely recommend to anyone else.
- Habil Mutende, Manager Information Security & ChangeManagement, Central Bank of Kenya
“Excellent presentation, excellent attitude toanswer our questions & to share his experience.
- Senior Manager, IT Department, Deloitte
“I have used Mark in key roles with high visibilityclients. Without hesitation I would highlyrecommend Mark or any and all IT auditengagements. His proessionalism, deepknowledge, and results oriented work style aredeeply valued by not only mysel, but moreimportantly by the all those who are lucky enoughto use his services.
- Russ Aebig, Director at Artesient 
“We have used Mark Edmead on several projects inthe past ew years including SOX readiness orpublicly traded companies and IT vulnerabilityassessments or major fnancial institutions. Healways delivers proessional and detail-orientedworkpapers on-time and within budget. Mark ishighly recommended and we will continue to usehim on other projects.”
- Brenda Piazza, Director at CBIZ MHM
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TESTIMONIALS
DAY4PROJECT MANAGEMENT & REVIEW
BCP/DRP Project Management
- Identiying stakeholders- Analyzing stakeholder needs- Obtaining commitment rom upper management
Review o the BCP/DRP Process
- Project initiation- Risk analysis- Business Impact analysis- Develop/choose strategies- Test and validate the plan- Modiy/update the plan- Approve and implement the plan
Analysis o fctitious business caseApplying lessons learned
DAY3RISK ASSESSMENT & RECOVERY
The Business Impact Assessment (BIA)
- What is a Business Impact Assessment?- Assessing the risk to the enterprise- How to identiy business critical activities- Impact versus likelihood o occurrence
Establishing the Recovery Options
- Choosing a recovery site- Speciying equipment- Choosing suppliers- How to select backup and restore strategies
Where is the data?
- Why you need to classiy levels o inormation- Managing data at rest and in transit- Understanding data access controls- The value o knowing where your data resides
Maintaining user connectivity
- How to communicate the disaster and recovery eforts to users- How to identiy and eliminate single points o ailure- Communicating with the media
COURSECONTENT
Aliate members to Business Continuity Institute get access to the ollowing membershipbenefts:- Continuity magazine – 4 per year (digital version)- Monthly BCI ENewsletter- Access to ‘member only’ section o BCI website- Access to copies o BCI Workshop Reports- Member rates on BCI products and services- Networking opportunities at BCI organised events- Access to BCI mentoring programme- Access to discounted events 
 
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