Business Continuity Planning State of the Process Report May 12, 2008.
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Business Continuity Planning State of the Process Report May 12, 2008
Executive Order 1014 This executive order delegates to each president or his/her designee, the responsibility for implementation and maintaining an ongoing program on each campus that ensures the continuity of essential functions or operations following or during the recovery phase of a catastrophic event.
BCP Committee Membership Representation Finance Finance Legal Legal Human Resources Human Resources Student Health Center Student Health Center Academic Affairs Academic Affairs Student Affairs Student Affairs Physical Plant & Facilities Physical Plant & Facilities Public Safety Public Safety Public Information Public Information Information Technology Information Technology Disability Resources Disability Resources
History of BCP @ CSUCI Business Continuity Disaster Recovery Planning Draft – February 2005 Business Continuity Disaster Recovery Planning Draft – February 2005 Formation of the Committee – Jan. 2006 Formation of the Committee – Jan. 2006 Avian Flu Plan Completion – May 2006 Avian Flu Plan Completion – May 2006 The CO “Backup Website” – March 2007 The CO “Backup Website” – March 2007 Avian Flu Tabletop Exercise – May 2007 Avian Flu Tabletop Exercise – May 2007 CSU BCP Group Formation – March 2008 CSU BCP Group Formation – March 2008
The CSU BCP Group First met March 26, 2008 First met March 26, 2008 Participants: Participants: CO, Pomona, Sac, San Marcos, CSUCI, East Bay, Long Beach, Monterey Bay, San Jose, Fullerton, San Bernardino, Northridge Discuss existing BCP materials Discuss existing BCP materials Share information and ideas Share information and ideas Explore ways to further collaborate Explore ways to further collaborate
Activities to date: –Create Departmental Phone Trees –Identify Department Critical Functions –Purchase of A.F. Sanitation Supplies –Activate Backup Website –Emergency Information Web Page –“Preparedness” Educational Flyer –Infrastructure Project Continuity Planning –Departmental Risk Assessment & Mitigation Planning
IT Dept. - Mitigation Summary Risk Severity to CSUCI MitigationProgramCost Network Outage (High) High Redundant fiber paths Redundant fiber paths Spare switches Spare switches IT Infrastructure, #3,4,5 & 6 Telecommunications (High) HighLow-Med Network Redundancy Network Redundancy Outsource/hire human skill set Outsource/hire human skill set IT Infrastructure, #11 Data Center (Med) Med-High Redundant servers IT Infrastructure, #7,8, 9 & 5 Security - Digital (High) Med-High Install border security IT Infrastructure, # 1 Security - Desktop (High) Med-High Policy/Procedure changes User Support, #? Security - Human (High) Low-High Employee training/accountability Training & Communications Human Capital (High) Low-High Adequate staffing and funding Training & Certifications
Mitigation: IT Strategy Council Identify & prioritize IT needs & wants at CSUCI Identify & prioritize IT needs & wants at CSUCI Align IT priorities with CSU Mission Align IT priorities with CSU Mission Inform IT of emerging issues Inform IT of emerging issues Decide what “down time” is OK Decide what “down time” is OK Downtime $ 1 hr... 1 week P 42
What’s next: Assist business units with individual plans Assist business units with individual plans Plans must include: business impact analysis designated lines of succession alternate operating resources (30 days) communications plans protection of vital records & databases testing, training, exercises Develop baseline capability in each of the eleven COOP/COG elements Develop baseline capability in each of the eleven COOP/COG elements
Eleven elements of a COOP/COG program Executive summary Executive summary Introduction Introduction Purpose & Assumptions Purpose & Assumptions Applicability & Scope Applicability & Scope Essential Functions Essential Functions Authorities & References Authorities & References Concept of Operations Concept of Operations COOP/COG Planning Responsibilities COOP/COG Planning Responsibilities Logistics Logistics Test, Training & Exercises Test, Training & Exercises Multi-Year Strategy Program Management Plan & Budget Multi-Year Strategy Program Management Plan & Budget
Identify gaps - plan how to address them Identify gaps - plan how to address them Develop CSUCI MYSPMP Develop CSUCI MYSPMP (Multi-Year Strategy Program Management Plan) A MYSPMP identifies short & long term goals, objectives, timelines, budgetary requirements, planning and preparedness considerations, and planning milestones or tracking systems to monitor accomplishments.
“A comprehensive COOP/COG plan is often the result of layer after layer of development over time.” Executive Order 1014