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The process of enterprise risk management -content– Project scenario Start Here In the process of enterprise risk management, a primary element is the business continuity plan (BCP), which consists of steps to continue operations should a worst-case scenario event take place. Your work on vulnerabilities, threats, and risk in the first two projects will support this. The BCP assignment will detail the following elements: • resources required and defined stakeholder roles • business impact analysis • recommended preventative controls • recovery strategies • contingency plan that includes implementation and maintenance guidelines and defined procedures for testing the plan Grades are determined on the ability to clearly articulate a developed, effective business continuity plan that considers relevant environmental factors and aligns with organizational objectives. This is the third of four sequential projects. There are 13 steps in this project. Begin below to review your project scenario. Business Continuity You are working at your desk when your boss, CIO Maria Sosa, stops by. Maria says: Did you hear that we won the contract to provide cloud-based computer services for Enrocca? This is a high-profile contract, and working with this federal client is a big win for us. You respond: That’s great news. I know that the compliance requirements for working with a federal agency are pretty substantial and include a thorough business continuity plan. We’ll need to meet or exceed the federal standards for compliance, so we should start the process of updating our BCP soon. Maria nods and replies: Good point. Remember when the Poser Soft servers were damaged by that flood last year? That caused them to be late on their deliverables to Enrocca. We definitely don’t want something like that to happen to us. As Maria is speaking, you remember that a friend of yours was laid off when Poser Soft lost the Enrocca contract because of that very incident. You assure Maria that you’ll get started on the new BCP this week. Your work will be evaluated using the competencies listed below. • 1.4: Tailor communications to the audience. • 2.3: Evaluate the information in a logical and organized manner to determine its value and relevance to the problem. • 9.1: Continuity Planning and Implementation: Develop, implement, and maintain a business continuity plan, ensuring alignment with organizational goals and objectives.