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Business Resilience Certification Consortium International
Information Security Management Standard published by British Standard Institute. The standard contains two parts:
• BS 7799-1: 1999 Code of Practice for Information Security Management, and
• BS 7799-2: 2002 Specification for Information Security Management Systems.
Business continuity planning process (BCP process)
Defines a life cycle for developing and maintaining a business continuity plan. The BCP process life cycle consists of six phases: risk management, business impact analysis, business continuity strategy development, business continuity plan development, business continuity plan testing, and business continuity plan maintenance.
Business continuity planning management (BCP management)
Focuses on management and organizational activities related to business continuity planning, such as developing and implementing a business continuity policy, establishing a BCP steering committee, initiating a plan development project, ensuring compliance with laws and regulations, etc.
Business continuity planning (BCP)
Business continuity planning is a discipline that prepares an organization to maintain continuity of business during a disaster through an implementation of a business continuity plan (see also BCP management, and BCP process).
Business continuity plan (BC plan)
A document containing procedures and guidelines to help recover and restore disrupted processes and resources to normal operational status within an acceptable time frame following a disaster or a disruptive event.
Business continuity teams
Teams responsible for development, maintenance, testing, and execution of the business continuity plan.
Business continuity test teams (BC test teams)
Teams responsible for testing the business continuity plan.
Business impact analysis (BIA)
A BIA is a process that determines the financial and operational impact of a disruption to a business, and the requirements for recovering from the disruption.
Business continuity plan execution phases
Business continuity plan is executed in phases which consist of initial response and notification, problem assessment, disaster declaration, plan implementation logistics, recovery and resumption, and normalization phases.
Business continuity strategy
Business continuity strategy is composed of a set of recovery options that are utilized as alternatives in the event that existing critical resources are unavailable.
An area of business responsible for one or more related business processes needed to support company’s mission.
Business process defines one or more related tasks or activities of a business function.