August 2, 2011: The New Corporate ISO 22301 BC Standard: What It Takes To Comply
- Published on August 2, 2011
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
DRJ's Informational Update For Tuesday, August 2, 2011
The New Corporate ISO 22301 BC Standard: What It Takes To Comply
If your organization's business continuity program was audited, would you survive the scrutiny? Understanding the communication requirements of the new ISO 22301 standard will help you assess how prepared you really are.
As a new international standard, ISO 22301 will provide guidance for organizations on how to define, improve, and maintain their business continuity program. Businesses of any size or shape can benefit from learning how to fortify their plans to meet this new standard.
Join crisis communications expert Dr. Robert Chandler as he reviews the communication requirements in this draft international document, where it came from and what you should do about it now.
What you will learn:
The standards on which ISO 22301 is based
What this means for your current business continuity communications plan
How to improve your plan to withstand audit and review
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