FREE BCP Webinar - December 8, 2022
If creating a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is on your radar for 2023, we have an opportunity you don’t want to miss! Please join us on December 8 at 2:00 pm Eastern for a FREE online webinar: RecoveryPro Content Overview. This session will walk through RecoveryPro’s model content and the recommended process for building the core elements of a BCP. This is a great session for credit unions interested in learning about the RecoveryPro system, what model content and resources are available, and to find out if RecoveryPro is right for your credit union! Current and prospective RecoveryPro users are welcome. Click here to register!
Your credit union may not be able to prevent a disaster from occurring, but you can be ready when it happens. Security, data recovery, and peace of mind are priceless when faced with a catastrophic loss. RecoveryPro can get your credit union’s Business Continuity Plan (BCP) in place!
Analyze & Assess
Identify and prioritize business processes and assess risks and impacts of a variety of event types
Plan & Prepare
Develop plans, prepare to manage incidents, and recover your business when disaster strikes
Validate & Maintain
Ensure your plans are effective and your teams are ready through testing, content reviews, and updates
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Program & Policy
Guidance on key information needed to help develop plan goals and objectives, prepare a team, and how to activate the plan.
Validation & Maintenance
Ensure the BCP is effective and kept up to date, including testing business impacts and recovery for various events.
Document procedures and strategies for technology, human resources, facilities, and key business functions. Create Occupant Emergency Plan procedures tailored to individual locations.
Preparation & Planning
Identify and document your business processes, workflows, and dependencies, analyze impacts, identify recovery strategies, and more as you build your Business Continuity Plan.
Outline the potential risks, likelihood, and impact of various scenarios, including natural disasters, human failures, and mechanical failures.
The publishing process allows the entire plan, or selected plan content, to be compiled into a single document for staff, board, or examiners to access before, during and after an event.