Table Top Exercise
One method of exercising plans in which participants review and discuss the actions they would take without actually performing the actions. Technique for rehearsing emergency teams in which participants review and discuss the actions they would take according to their plans, but do not perform any of these actions; can be conducted with a single team, or multiple teams, typically under the guidance of exercise facilitators.
Defined mandatory and discretionary tasks allocated to teams and/or individual roles within a Business Continuity Plan
The Analysis, Design, Implementation and Validation stages of the BCM Lifecycle.
Technical Recovery Team
A group responsible for: relocation and recovery of technology systems, data, applications and/or supporting infrastructure components at an alternate site following a technology disruption; and subsequent resumption and restoration of those operations at an appropriate site.
A pass/fail evaluation of infrastructure (example-computers, cabling, devices, hardware) andor physical plant infrastructure (example-building systems, generators, utilities) to demonstrate the anticipated operation of the components and system. An exercise whose aim is to obtain an expected, measurable pass/fail outcome.
A combination of the risk, the consequence of that risk, and the likelihood that the negative event will take place. A potential cause of an unwanted incident, which may result in harm to individuals, a system or organization, the environment, or the community.
The process of evaluating threats to identify unacceptable concentrations of risk to activities and single points of failure.
Person or group of people who directs and controls an organization at the highest level.
The provisioning of counseling assistance by trained individuals to employees, customers and others who have suffered mental or physical injury as the result of an event.