• Graduation

    Certificate of attendance

  • Learning format

    Blended learning

  • Duration

    2 days

  • Start

    10 April 2024

  • Costs

    EUR 1.390,-- (keine MwSt)

  • Language

    German

  • Study location

    Krems (AT)

The aim of business continuity management (BCM) is to proactively prevent business interruptions (failures of the company's core processes) and minimize their probability of occurrence on the one hand, and to be able to systematically manage crises correctly, promptly and according to predefined procedures on the other. This is ensured with the help of a set of rules in the company, a management system. During this two-day seminar, you will receive an overview of best practices based on the ISO 22301 "Business Continuity Management" and BSI Standard 100-4 "Emergency Management" standards in order to be able to implement a BCM in your company/organization. On the first day, you will learn how to create an adequate IT emergency plan based on ICT infrastructure failures and what needs to be taken into account. The second day is dedicated to setting up a certifiable business continuity management system, including business impact analysis, ISO 27001-oriented risk assessment and the design of business continuity plans.

The aim is to proactively prevent business interruptions and to be able to deal with crises correctly, promptly and systematically in accordance with predefined processes.

Michael Pummer

Lecturer in the seminar

 Michael Pummer

You are welcome to find detailed information about the program on the German website, as the language of instruction for this program is German, or you can contact us directly.

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