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Aimed at both private and public sectors and all sizes or organization, this book provides a practical approach to the implementation of a business continuity management program with a particular focus on cyber-related business continuity issues. The book deals with the types of threat faced by organizations and their possible consequences; a summary of the underlying risk management process; documenting the organization's information assets and their value; determining and implementing the appropriate business continuity prevention or response strategy; exercising, testing, maintaining and reviewing the business continuity function; and embedding the culture of business continuity into the organization. Possibly unique in the world of books on business continuity management, its focus will be purely on the business continuity aspects of cyber security in a world where this is becoming a major area of concern for both public and private sector organizations. The audience for the book is business continuity managers; information risk practitioners; information security managers; information assurance managers.
My career spans more than 50 years and includes radio transmission, international telephone switching, computing, voice and data networking, structured cabling systems, information security and critical information infrastructure protection. I joined Cellnet (now Telef nica O2 UK) in 1993, where I was responsible for ensuring the continuity and restoration of the core cellular and broadband networks, and represented the company in the electronic communications industry's national resilience forum. In December 2005, I gave evidence to the Greater London Authority enquiry into the mobile telecoms impact of the London bombings. I have been a member of the BCS Professional Certification Information Security Panel since 2005 and have delivered lectures on information risk management and business continuity at the Royal Holloway University of London, at which I have also been an external tutor on their open learning MSc course. Since retiring from Telef nica UK in 2010, I have taken part in a number of critical information infrastructure projects for the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA); developed business continuity and information risk management training material for InfoSec Skills; and have served on the training accreditation panel for the Institute of Information Security Professionals (IISP).