Fundamentals of Auditing Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery - OAP386WEB


Today’s business climate demands not only strong preventative and detective controls but also solid corrective controls to respond to events that impact an organization’s capability to meet stakeholder demands and regulatory requirements. This webinar covers how to scope and perform a comprehensive Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Audit.


Tuition cost


NASBA Certified CPE

6 Credits


Why you should attend

You should attend because organizations are exposed to many risks, including catastrophic ones, and audits of business continuity measures help organizations prepare for these events.

Who should attend

Operational and Information Technology Auditors and Audit Management, Information Security, IT, Compliance, and Risk Management Professionals

What You'll learn

You will learn how to conduct a comprehensive review of an organization’s Business Continuity and Disaster (Incident) Recovery (Response) plan.




  • Audits Role
  • In the Business Impact Analysis Process
  • In the BCP Testing Process
  • Before, During and After the Event
  • Assessing the BIA
  • For Completeness
  • For Repeatability
  • For Comprehensiveness
  • Assessing the Resiliency Program
  • Business Continuity
  • Planning and Maintenance Process
  • Testing Process
  • Execution
  • Lessons Learned
  • Disaster Recovery Planning Process
  • Planning and Maintenance Process
  • Testing Process
  • Execution
  • Lessons Learned
  • Audit Reporting and Follow-up
  • Writing Audit Findings for Multiple Auditees (Business and IT)
  • Articulating Findings Involving Third Parties
  • Discussing Audit Results with Auditees, Audit Committee and BOD
  • Following up on Identified Remediation’s

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