Developing Successful Business Continuity Plans
The FMI Regina Chapter invites you to join us to explore the ever more important issue of business continuity plans in organizations. Our presenter is Gustavo Meschler of MNP.
A disruption or crisis can have long-term effects on the financial, operational, and overall health of an organization. Many organizations do not have adequate programs in place to ensure continuity of operations that will protect the enterprise in the event of a crisis and satisfy the expectations of Board members and key stakeholders. Today, organizations must be able to do more than just recover business processes and technology after a disruption.
This session will explore:
- Key components to implement a Business Continuity Program based on ISO 22301 Standard.
- How to perform an Business Impact Analysis and determine Critical Business Functions to provide the foundation for the Business Continuity Plan (“BCP”).
- Approach for the documentation of a BCP and considerations for a Disaster Recovery Plan (to recover a business IT infrastructure).
Gustavo Meschler, IS Eng, CISA, PMP, CRMA, ABCP
Gustavo leads the MNP’s Enterprise Risk Services practice in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. Versatile and performance-driven, Gustavo brings over 20 years of experience in enterprise risk management, project management, IT audit and security, IT governance and controls, and business continuity management.
Prior to joining MNP, Gustavo was a Director with a major accounting firm, overseeing the delivery of IT risk management and business continuity management services in Manitoba and Saskatchewan. He was previously employed as the Director of the Information Technology Department of the National Registry of Weapons and Explosives of Argentina.
Gustavo is an Information Systems Engineer (IS Eng), Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA), ITIL Certified Consultant and Project Management Professional (PMP). He also holds the Certified in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA) and the Incident Command System (ICS 300) designations.
Please join us on Friday, May 31st!
A hot breakfast is included and this session qualifies for 1.5 PD credits!
7:45AM – 8:30AM Breakfast and Registration
8:30AM – 10:00AM Presentation