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1 From Disaster Recovery to Business Resilience Chris Connelly IBM Risk and Resilience COE

2 Scope From Disaster Recovery to Business Resilience The Resilient Enterprise Blueprint The IBM 2011 Global Business Resilience and Risk Survey

3 What is Business Resilience? Governance IT Disaster Recovery Business Continuity Crisis Management Risk Management

4 A (very!) simple business map Areas of shared resources and shared (linked) risks Business Functions Line of Business A Line of Business B Line of Business C Dependencies for Service Delivery Dependencies for Service Delivery Dependencies for Service Delivery

5 Linking the Resilience requirements across the enterprise Areas of shared resources and shared (linked) risks Strategy & Vision Organization Processes Technology Applications & Data Facilities Line of Business A Line of Business B Line of Business C Dependencies for Service Delivery Dependencies for Service Delivery Dependencies for Service Delivery Integrated View of Service Delivery Business Functions

6 The layers are broken down into Business and Infrastructure objects; objects are refined by attributes  250+ objects and over 4000 attributes  Linked across layers to provide different resilience views like continuity, compliance, security etc.  Evaluated for their current and target levels of business resiliency maturity The Resilient Enterprise Blueprint

7 The 2011 IBM Global Business Resilience and Risk Study In conjunction with the Economist Intelligence Unit

8 390 Participants 8 GeographyCompany size North America — 39% Western Europe — 39% Asia-Pacific — 20% Eastern Europe — 3% US$5M or less — 39% US$10B or more — 23% US$1B to $5B — 15% US$500M to $1B 13% US$5B to $10B 10%

9 What organisations have done 9 Create a business continuity plan Invest in new risk-related IT solutions Establish company-wide risk management team Discuss issues with supply-chain partners Assign overall responsibility to a single executive Develop communications or training program Respond to recent natural disasters by rethinking strategies Develop integrated business resilience strategy Engage external advisors Source: Q5a. Which of the following measures has your organization adopted?

10 Next 3 years Already done Next Steps 10 Develop communications or training program Invest in new risk-related IT solutions Respond to recent natural disasters by rethinking strategies Engage external advisors Discuss issues with supply-chain partners Create a business continuity plan Establish company-wide risk management team Assign overall responsibility to a single executive Source: Q5b. Which of the following measures is your organization most likely to adopt in the next three years? Develop integrated business resilience strategy

11 Barriers 11 Silos within the organization — 28% Budget limitations — 20% Inability to predict ROI from improvements — 17% Lack of C-level vision and commitment — 14% Lack of understanding about best practices — 9% Lack of understanding about emerging technologies — 8% Lack of buy-in from employees — 4% Source: Q10. What is the biggest single barrier to implementing a holistic approach to business resilience planning? 2010 Study comparison: Implementing necessary procedures Securing budget Obtaining full risk picture from depts

12 “An effective business resilience plan will provide a robust foundation on which to build a long-lived competitive position supported by end-to-end risk management.” 2011 IBM Global Business Resilience and Risk Study report Principal Findings %  An integrated approach to business resilience and risk management offers a significant business opportunity for organizations of all sizes  Appointing a single individual with overall business resilience and risk management responsibility is essential to integration success  Input should be sought from throughout the enterprise — including employees and partners  Cloud technologies have matured significantly and now have the potential to deliver significant business resilience benefits  The newly integrated business resilience and risk management strategy can be levered to seize unexpected opportunities and deliver measurable business value

13 In Summary Businesses are moving beyond Disaster Recovery to Business Resilience IBM has introduced the Resilient Enterprise Blueprint to provide this framework The 2011 IBM Global Business Resilience and Risk Study shows what organisations world wide are addressing –“Resilience Survey” –“Risk and Resilience”


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