(Video) What question should I be asking about my Business Continuity

Roger Smith, CEO at R & I ICT Consulting Services Pty Ltd, Amazon #1 author on Cybercrime and founder of the SME Security Framework | Speaker | Consultant | Trainer discusses – What question should I be asking about my Business Continuity

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Hello. My name is Roger and today I’d like to ask what question should I be asking about my Business Continuity?

We all have business continuity plan. Is that right? I hope so. But do you know if the base of business continuity plan is going to have impact on what is happening now or is it going to have impact on what is happening two years ago? At the end of that business continuity plan is everybody know what it has to do because it’s no use having a plan and no use having new people on the staff if nobody knows what happens when the business continuity plan has to be enacted.

But on top of that, have you tested it? Have you tested it to make sure that something is not going to happen? Or something is going to happen? And as part of the testing process, there is now an updating process that needs to put in place as well.

So, have we added new technology? Have we moved from a terrestrial based system to a cloud based system? Have we taken into account that the accounting system that was known X is now Y? Those are all very important questions that you should be asking about on your business continuity.

Thank you.

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Roger Smith, is an educator. Teaching students at ADFA (UNSW) and showing them how vulnerable they are to cybercrime.

He is also CEO at R & I ICT Consulting Services Pty Ltd, an Amazon #1 author on Cybercrime and founder of the SME Security Framework. He is a Consultant who specialises in inexpensive and highly effective security strategies for small and medium businesses and not for profit organisations.

He has developed and authored the SME Security Framework and the Security Policy Training Course which are considered to be the definitive guides to helping SME's protect their organisation using the principles of Technology, Management, Adaptability and Compliance.