DRJ Glossary of Business Continuity Terms
A person who transmits an infectious disease or agent to an unexpectedly or unusually large number of other people. A super spreader is a person who triggers human-to-human transmission.
Supply Chain Resilience Analysis
A proactive analysis of vulnerabilities affecting the logistical process of a product or service to establish risk thresholds.
An infected individual displaying symptoms of a specific disease.
Syndicated Subscription Service
Work space shared by a limited number of organizations, configured for general occupation (not for a particular organization).
The procedures for rebuilding a computer system and network to the condition where it is ready to accept data and applications, and facilitate network communications.
The procedures necessary to return a system to an operable state using all available data including data captured by alternate means during the outage.
Potential difficulties, such as failure of one participant or part of a process, system, industry or market to meet its obligations, that could cause other participants to not meet their obligations; this could cause liquidity and other problems, thereby threatening stability of the whole process, system, industry or market.
Table Top Exercise
One method of exercising plans in which participants review and discuss the actions to take without actually performing the actions. Technique for rehearsing emergency teams in which participants review and discuss the actions to 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. Copies of the BCP are distributed to appropriate personnel for review.
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.