Comprehensive business continuity audits will traditionally inspect virtually every aspect of a program by evaluating risk-based planning, observing BCP/DR tests, and assessing the entirety of the BIA. Can your business continuity/disaster recovery plan withstand the rigors of an audit?
Jacob Neufeld, Enterprise Resiliency Manager with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, will present “Surviving A Business Continuity Audit” at the Continuity Insights 2017 New York Conference scheduled for October 23-24 at the TKP Conference Center in New York City. This featured session will provide attendees with an overview of business continuity in a critical hospital setting, a basic understanding of the BC audit process, how to prepare for an audit, and how to work with the auditors as a team.
Content will address the impetus for an audit, objectives for the audit, areas of focus, methods, required documentation and organization of data, value-added, as well as lessons learned.