Back to Basics:
Getting Started with Business Continuity &
Disaster Recovery Planning and its Best Practices
BC-DR professionals serve an important function in organisations - working tirelessly to ensure that their organizations are fully prepared for disruptions arising from disasters by subjecting their business continuity and disaster recovery plans to rigorous tests. The authenticity of their test findings rely solidly on a fundamental and universal understanding of Business Continuity Management. BCM Institute will be partnering with ILM Academy (ICT Leadership and Management) in the highly anticipated seminar, Back to Basics: Getting Started with Business Continuity (BC) & Disaster Recovery (DR) Planning and Best Practices led by the prolific President of BCM Institute, Dr Goh Moh Heng.
|Topic:||Back to Basics: Getting Started with Business Continuity (BC) &
Disaster Recovery (DR) Planning and Best Practices
|Date:||Wednesday 29 Sept 2010|
|Time:||8:30 am - 12:30pm|
|Venue:||ILM Academy New Campus,
The Knowledge Hub Building, B26 Spg 32-37, Kg Anggerek Desa
Jalan Berakas, BB 3713, Bandar Seri Begawan.
|Cost:||FREE (pre-registration is required, please bring along your confirmation slip for verification)
||Receive 3 CEH (Continuing Education Hour)|
Welcome Speech by:
Puan Hajah Hasnah is the General Manager of ILM Academy Brunei - a wholly owned company of Telekom Brunei Berhad (Telbru). She started her career at Radio Television Brunei in 1976. She later moved on to Brunei Shell Government for 5 years. But it was her next stint at an International Bank that spanned 17 years which built up her experience in resourcing; managing career development; talent management; performance management; policy development; remunerations; compensation and benefits; training and development and employee relations.
Dr Goh Moh Heng is the President of BCM Institute and the Managing Director of GMH Continuity Architects. Armed with his primary areas of expertise, which include Business Continuity Management, Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP), contingency planning and Crisis Management, Dr Goh has helped many organizations, particularly those operating in the Asia Pacific and Middle-East Regions.
Prior to establishing BCM Institute and GMH Continuity Architects, Moh Heng held senior positions with a number of large organizations. During his career with the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation, he was responsible for all aspects of its BC and contingency planning. At Standard Chartered Bank, he saw to the global implementation of its BC management and planning. He also managed the BC practice at PriceWaterhouse(Coopers).
Dr Goh also headed the development team responsible for developing the Singapore Standard (SS507:2004) for Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery (BC/DR) service providers. The SS507 is the base document for the ISO/IEC 24762 Guidelines for Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for Disaster Recovery (DR) Services. Dr Goh is instrumental in the implementation of the Singapore Standard SS540:2008 for BCM. Dr Goh is the Senior Advisor to the China Business Continuity Management Professional Committee, a quasi government agency responsible for BCM throughout China.
Professionals in the BC-DR field are also attending this event to:
- Receive a complete and holistic understanding of Business Continuity Management and Disaster Recovery
- Receive a step-by-step walkthrough to the BC project implementation using the BCM planning methodology.
- Establish the basis for a successful BC project plan.
- Establish and communicate the needs for BC Planning.
- Establish BC project expectations.
- Obtain appropriate commitments with clear roles and responsibilities.
- Select the appropriate representation within organization.
- Establish an efficient work plan and realistic timeline.
- Develop budget based on optimal estimate of resource requirements.
- Share good practices for BC implementation by experienced practitioners.