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Per the FCA, PRA and Bank of England requirements from 31st March 2022 all financially regulated firms must prove operational resilience. The best way is to align to ISO 22316 for Organisational Resilience.
Biscon are uniquely placed to deliver consultancy to deliver a solution to your firm.
A Business Impact Analysis ("BIA") is about identifying critical and non-critical activities in your business so that resources can be applied where they are most needed should a major incident occur.
The execution of the BIA will enable us to help you set your business continuity strategy to enable recovery from a major problem in an acceptable timescale.
We give you the benefit of best practice and help you formulate your business continuity plan ("BCP"), which sets out what needs to be done to get your business up and running again if a major problem happens.
Everyone involved with your business continuity plan must fully understand it and be able to put it into practice. This is best embedded by us facilitating scenario based testing, which can include IT disaster recovery testing.
A business continuity management system needs to be kept up-to-date. Not all organisations have the resource to keep on top of this and so we offer a fully managed service, usually on a 3 year basis. Clients are increasingly outsourcing internal audits, management reviews and supplier audits
Biscon can assist with clients seeking certification to ISO standards, to find out which standards we offer, click below.
Raising the power of knowledge of Business Continuity throughout the organisation and inclusion as part of the induction process for new staff as well as intranet details available via mobile devices.
A review of your organisation's supply chain which including the use of electronic questionnaires and one-to-one interviews to reduce the likelihood of supply chain failure.
Teaching session that encourages delegates to reflect on their own communications styles and how they gain influence over others. Examines different leadership styles and the importance of building trust as a foundation for sustainable relations and long term success. The training is based on the 'Behavioural Stairway model' and how this can be learnt and applied for everyday encounters to deal with difficult situations and exert influence at all levels. Sessions will be tailored to focus on any specific/relevant business needs.
Examines the process of decision making and the pitfalls associated with it. Look at the impact of leadership styles and culture and how these affect the ability to make well informed, timely decisions at the right level. Provide input on models used by emergency services and how these can be tailored for business needs to provide a consistent framework to ensure accountable decision making at all levels. Use a number of business relevant scenarios to demonstrate the importance of values as a grounding for making the right decision.
Session covers the impact and learning from mis-handled crisis situations recognising challenges we are facing with social media and reputations being at stake. Focusses on the importance of having a clearly defined crisis/critical incident plan that is distinct from Business Continuity/Risk Register. These need to be clear, concise, easy to activate and understood by all key stakeholders. Sessions will involve a case study to test current plans and identify what needs to be done to improve resilience.
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