4.1 Understand your organization and its unique context.
4.2 Clarify the needs and expectations of your interested parties.
4.3 Figure out what your BCMS should apply to and clarify its scope.
4.4 Establish a BCMS in accordance with the requirements of this document.
5.1 Provide leadership by supporting business continuity management.
5.2 Provide leadership by implementing a business continuity policy.
5.3 Provide leadership by assigning roles, responsibilities, and authorities.
6.1 Define actions to manage your BCMS risks and opportunities.
6.2 Formulate BCMS objectives and develop plans to achieve them.
6.3 Control how BCMS changes are planned and implemented.
7.1 Support your BCMS by providing the necessary resources.
7.2 Support your BCMS by ensuring that people are competent.
7.3 Support your BCMS by making people aware of their duties.
7.4 Support your BCMS by controlling your communications.
7.5 Support your BCMS by managing documented information.
8.1 Carry out process planning and establish controls.
8.2 Study disruptions and risks and set your priorities.
8.3 Develop business continuity strategies and solutions.
8.4 Establish business continuity plans and procedures.
8.5 Test business continuity strategies and solutions.
8.6 Evaluate your business continuity capabilities.
9.1 Monitor, measure, analyze, and evaluate performance.
9.2 Utilize audits to assess conformance and effectiveness.
9.3 Carry out management reviews at planned intervals.
10.1 Identify nonconformities and take corrective action.
10.2 Enhance suitability, adequacy, and effectiveness.
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Updated on October 5, 2020. First
published on September 15, 2020.
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