In the sixth installment of his business continuity and disaster recovery series, Jim Lawrence discusses testing and exercising your response plan and why it’s so essential.
Continuing his series on the importance of business continuity, Jim Lawrence discussed perhaps the most essential step of the process: training and educating your team.
In the fourth installment of his series on Business Continuity Planning, Jim Lawrence recaps the first three articles and discusses how your plan should be laid out and documented.
CUSO Magazine sat down with Jim Lawrence, VP of Business Continuity and Operations for CU*Answers, to discuss his CUSO’s collaboration between Operations Management and Business Continuity and why others might want to consider following their lead.
In the midst of the coronavirus crisis, everything around us is closing and canceling. During this time, Chip Filson conveys how essential it is for credit unions to keep learning and working thorough the crisis to continue serving their members until the world around us returns to normal.
In the second part of his series on business continuity and disaster recovery, Jim Lawrence covers critical decisions to consider when looking to reduce risk and achieve minimal downtime during various disasters.
In the midst of the coronavirus panic, Business Continuity Coordinator Danielle Caliendo examines various ways to prevent the virus from spreading and how to prepare your credit union in the event that it does.
In the first entry of his new series on business continuity, Jim Lawrence details the purpose behind business continuity and the overall benefits of having a plan that is consistently tested, updated, and improved upon.
What would happen at your credit union if you could suddenly no longer access your image vault? Would you shut everything down? Crawl under your desk? Or simply put into action the disaster recovery plan you’ve created and tested? One credit union found out in short order how valuable testing a plan can be when the real deal hits.