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Discussion Thread Title: Business Impact Analysis SOP
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Old 14th January 2018, 11:28 AM
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Re: Business Impact Analysis SOP

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In Reply to Parent Post by JuneFoo View Post

Any one can share Business Impact Analysis SOP, which required to meet ISO 22301:2012 clause 8.2 Business Impact Analysis and risk assessment requirement? Does maintain a formal documented process mean we need to have SOP? Thanks in advance!
Hello JuneFoo. Sorry for the late reply.

Every organization's procedure for conducting a business impact analysis and risk assessment is unique to that organization owing to different factors - the industry they are in; their culture; the technology they are using; contractual and legal requirements; location; competency of their people; and many other things. I suggest that you observe or study how you make your own analysis, and document your process.

If I share with you an SOP, it would not be that beneficial to you, or your organization. Unless, you have not done a BIA yet.

Let me know if you need further help.
Thanks to Richard Regalado for your informative Post and/or Attachment!

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