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DS4.6 - IT Continuity Plan Training

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IT Continuity Plan Training

Provide all concerned parties with regular training sessions regarding the procedures and their roles and responsibilities in case of an incident or disaster. Verify and enhance training according to the results of the contingency tests.

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  • Staff experienced in the recovery processes for IT systems
  • Staff trained in the recovery processes
  • Scheduled training for all responsible staff members
  • Training plans updated to reflect the results of the contingency tests
  Risk Drivers
  • Outdated training schedules
  • Failure to recover as expected due to inadequate or outdated training

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  1. On a regular basis (at least annually) or upon plan changes, provide training to the required staff members with respect to their roles and responsibilities.
  2. Assess all needs for training periodically and update all schedules appropriately. While planning the training, take into account the timing and the extent of plan updates and changes, turnover of recovery staff, and recent test results.
  3. Perform regular IT continuity awareness programmes for all level of employees as well as IT stakeholders to increase awareness of the need for an IT continuity strategy and their key role within it.
  4. Measure and document training attendance, training results and coverage.

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