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Lets see next slides with facts and suggestions! Business Continuity as resilience for DT Business Continuity management is a vital element of the digital  transformation process.   (...) Business Continuity roadmap Understanding  the  Organization Determining  BCM Strategy Developing  BCM Response Exercising  Reviewing  Business Impact Analyses (BIA) and Risk Assessment (RA) process preparation,  approval and communication to all.  Define company Minimum and Maximum Acceptable Loss threshold.  Conduct BIA to identify impacts and business criticality levels of company  processes, services, products and support function.  Define of Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) and Maximum Tolerable Period of  Disruption (MTPD) of critical businesses   Understanding Interdependencies  Assessment of risk of critical businesses based on existing threats and  occurred incidents  Prepare risk mitigation plans for higher risks and impact grades   BIA and RA reporting BCM Program  Management Business Continuity roadmap Determining  BCM Strategy Developing  BCM Response Exercising  Reviewing  BCM Strategy process preparation, approval and communication to all.  Company Emergency Response Fund defined.  Prepare Risk Mitigation Strategy action plans and estimated cost for mid term  and long term execution period of all division approved by HODs  Prepare list of Response and Recovery Strategy actions plans based on specific  incident scenarios for mid term and long term execution period of all division  approved by HODs  All BCM Strategy plans of divisions and recommendation on continuity  requirement on the review of BCM Steering Committee  Company BCM Strategy plans (with cost) approved, prioritized, defined times  of realization and resources. (...) Alternative communication provided   Emergency Support and Supply (ESS) agreement signed with main and  alternative service providers and suppliers.  SLA and OLA updated based on RTO and MTPD times of critical businesses      Implementation of Risk Mitigation (RM) plans and BCPs responses.  Business Continuity manager coordinate of implementations. 
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Score: 934261.6 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...Importance%20BCM%20in%20DT.pdf
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General instructions Business Continuity Management & Disaster Recovery Capabilities in Saudi Arabia ICT Businesses Eng. (...) BIA Approach • To understand the business impact of network and IT services and to identify the critical components of these services, we have 1) Assessed the business impact of network services 2) Mapped network services on networks and identified the critical underlying networks 3) Identified critical Value-Added Services platforms and assessed impact 4) Identified critical Operations Support Systems and assessed impact 5) Mapped Network & IT Services to IT Applications to identify the impact on business services and identify the criticality of the applications • Based on the above analyses we have • 6) Assigned weights to network elements that are part of the above services, mapped them to network and IT sites and ranked the sites according to weights of network elements hosted Business Impact of Network and IT Services Critical Networks Critical Value-Added Services Critical Operations Support Systems Critical Business Support Systems Critical Sites 1 2 3 4 6 5 Mapping of Network Components to physical Sites Weighting of Network Components Ranking of Sites 50 50 100 100 400 150 150 0 0 0 Site Number Site Name Area Region District 2G MSC/MSS 2G MGW 3G MSC/MSS 3G MGW HLR STP TSC BSC RNC BTS 214-00-000 Mujammah Western Jeddah Jeddah 1 1 1 1 1 107-00-000 Khurais Rd Central Riyadh Riyadh City 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 121-00-000 Deerah Central Riyadh Riyadh City 1 1 1 1 1 1 108-00-000 Maathar Central Riyadh Riyadh City 1 1 1 1 1 202-00-000 Rouwais Western Jeddah Jeddah 1 1 1 1 1 1 101-00-000 Murabba Central Riyadh Riyadh City 1 1 1 1 1 304-00-000 Khobar Eastern Dammam Dammam 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 302-00-000 Lasilki Eastern Dammam Dammam 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 116-33-301 Mursalat I.T. (...) Unit-based  BCM in the company is constrained to a single or few business units. Typically, BCM is limited to the IT department.  Not all departments or business units relevant to the company’s core business operations is included in the scope of BCM.  The focus of business continuity is narrow. 2.
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Score: 931444.9 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/R...Capablities%20in%20KSA-STC.pdf
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Women buying and selling in the market, mothers buying food for their children, businesswomen selling their trade, smallholder women farmers producing the food we eat. Women are critical to nutrition – and women are critical to the private sector’s contribution to nutrition. (...) I support breastfeeding as the most important way of nourishing our children. Food markets and businesses of all kinds have long played a critical role in driving nutrition outcomes. (...) The SUN Movement offers us a way to look at bringing this partnership approach into reality. The SUN Business Network supports businesses, including those like mine, to work in partnerships with all actors in SUN countries.
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Score: 922069.5 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...s/doc/21114_PSE_Konate_(2).pdf
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Climate Action Now: a critical priority for African Business Leaders | UN Global Compact All Participants Search Who We Are The SDGs Participation Take Action Engage Locally Explore Our Library About News Sign In Contact Us Events In this section Take Action What You Can Do UNITING BUSINESS AND GOVERNMENTS TO RECOVER BETTER Decent Work Toolkit SDG Action Manager SDG Ambition Uniting Business for a Better World Target Gender Equality Young SDG Innovators Ocean Stewardship Coalition Events UN Global Compact Leaders Summit 2016 Business Guide to CSW62 UN Global Compact Leaders Summit 2018 Business Guide to CSW63 Climate Action Summit 2019 Leaders Week 2019 Sustainable Finance Events UN Global Compact Leaders Summit 2017 Making Global Goals Local Business – India Leadership Partnerships Practical Guidances for the UN Global Compact Sustainable Ocean Principles Accelerators United Nations Day Purpose-driven marketing: How brands are attracting socially conscious consumers and creating change in the world Business Actions to Eliminate Child Labour Climate Ambition Accelerator Learning to challenge bias from the woman who skied to the South Pole alone Occupational Safety and Health Think Lab Think Labs Africa Business Leaders Coalition Business & Human Rights Accelerator SDG Innovation Accelerator for Young Professionals Climate Action Now: a critical priority for African Business Leaders Overview .This year, COP 27 provides a unique opportunity for the African private sector to commit to ambitious climate actions for the continent. Hosted by the Africa Business Leaders Coalition ( ABLC ),  Climate Action Now: A Critical Priority for African Business Leaders  will convene prominent business leaders, United Nations officials, members of Governments, and representatives of development agencies to discuss African business leaders' perspective on climate change, their commitments, and their call to action for the global community. (...) Nov 9, 2022 at 06:30 pm COP 27 Blue Zone, Egypt Learn More Register Now Help us transform the world through business Contribute Today Sign Up for Our Bulletin Have a Question?
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Score: 918175.4 - https://www.unglobalcompact.or...y-for-african-business-leaders
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Christophe Monier What we do Our offices United to Reform Home Change maker: Business Transformation and Accountability Change maker: Business Transformation and Accountability utr_what-is-bta_topic-page.png Introducing BTA Business Transformation and Accountability (BTA)—a critical pillar of the Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance (DMSPC)—is a shining example of innovative transformation afforded by the new management paradigm. (...) The Accountability Systems team will work with managers to mainstream two critical accountability systems: RBM and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). (...) The team working on Business Transformation and Project Management will take a longer-term view and ensure the UN business model is aligned with evolving mandates, changing operational environments, changes in the workplace and even in society-at-large.
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Score: 916695.3 - https://www.un.org/management/node/808
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Christophe Monier What we do Our offices United to Reform Home Change maker: Business Transformation and Accountability Change maker: Business Transformation and Accountability utr_what-is-bta_topic-page.png Introducing BTA Business Transformation and Accountability (BTA)—a critical pillar of the Department of Management Strategy, Policy and Compliance (DMSPC)—is a shining example of innovative transformation afforded by the new management paradigm. (...) The Accountability Systems team will work with managers to mainstream two critical accountability systems: RBM and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM). (...) The team working on Business Transformation and Project Management will take a longer-term view and ensure the UN business model is aligned with evolving mandates, changing operational environments, changes in the workplace and even in society-at-large.
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Score: 916695.3 - https://www.un.org/management/...nsformation-and-accountability
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UNCLASSIFIED 7 1.2.2 Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) The ITU regards Critical Information Infrastructure (CII) as the virtual element of critical infrastructure. (...) UNCLASSIFIED 27 5.6 Access Management Access management focuses on how to control who gains access to critical infrastructure. At its simplest, access management or control aims to ensure that only business and security requirements determine who accesses information, information processing facilities and business processes. (...) IS5 – Organisations must ensure that only users, processes and devices with a business need and suitable security clearances gain access to critical infrastructure.
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Score: 916611.2 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/C...Security%20Policy%20v1.0_0.pdf
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Critical ERP Milestone | UN Procurement Division Skip to main content UN Procurement Division Search form Home Home Site Map Vendor Registration and Outreach Registration & Outreach Vendor Registration Doing Business with the UN Business Seminars UN Secretariat Registered Vendors Aviation Supplier Diversity Women Owned Businesses Business Opportunities Business Opportunities Acquisition Plans FAQ Complaints Solicitations Expression of Interest Request for Information Tender Opening Schedule Awards Awards Purchase Orders Contracts Statistics About Us UN Procurement Division About Us FAQ Contact Us Mobile App Complaints Employment Links to UN Organisations Policies and Regulations Procurement Manual The UN Global Compact UN Supplier Code of Conduct Conditions of Contracts Contact Us UN Procurement Division UN Peacekeeping Missions UN Political Missions UN Economic Commissions UN Tribunals UN Offices Away from HQ Critical ERP Milestone Tuesday, 13 October 2015 The United Nations deployment of its global ERP system, known as Umoja, will reach a critical milestone as the system will be fully deployed at HQ, Geneva, Santiago, and more than 60 other locations on 9 November 2015. (...) Without being fully registered on UNGM, a vendor may not be awarded new business, and payments may not be processed. The new ERP system will also result in a  new Purchase Order form  used by the Organization. For more information on the United Nations' ERP deployment, please see the website  www.unumoja.net Back Home Site Map Mobile App Contact Us Vendor Registration Business Seminar About Us Employment Terms of use UN Website Doing Business with the UN The UN Global Compact 405 East 42nd Street              New York, NY 10017              General Info.: +1-212-963-1127              Fax No.: +1-212-963-9858 Copyright © 2014-2021 UN Procurement Division.
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Score: 913191.8 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/node/425445
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Critical ERP Milestone | UN Procurement Division Skip to main content UN Procurement Division Search form Home Home Site Map Vendor Registration and Outreach Registration & Outreach Vendor Registration Doing Business with the UN Business Seminars UN Secretariat Registered Vendors Aviation Supplier Diversity Women Owned Businesses Business Opportunities Business Opportunities Acquisition Plans FAQ Complaints Solicitations Expression of Interest Request for Information Tender Opening Schedule Awards Awards Purchase Orders Contracts Statistics About Us UN Procurement Division About Us FAQ Contact Us Mobile App Complaints Employment Links to UN Organisations Policies and Regulations Procurement Manual The UN Global Compact UN Supplier Code of Conduct Conditions of Contracts Contact Us UN Procurement Division UN Peacekeeping Missions UN Political Missions UN Economic Commissions UN Tribunals UN Offices Away from HQ Critical ERP Milestone Tuesday, 13 October 2015 The United Nations deployment of its global ERP system, known as Umoja, will reach a critical milestone as the system will be fully deployed at HQ, Geneva, Santiago, and more than 60 other locations on 9 November 2015. (...) Without being fully registered on UNGM, a vendor may not be awarded new business, and payments may not be processed. The new ERP system will also result in a  new Purchase Order form  used by the Organization. For more information on the United Nations' ERP deployment, please see the website  www.unumoja.net Back Home Site Map Mobile App Contact Us Vendor Registration Business Seminar About Us Employment Terms of use UN Website Doing Business with the UN The UN Global Compact 405 East 42nd Street              New York, NY 10017              General Info.: +1-212-963-1127              Fax No.: +1-212-963-9858 Copyright © 2014-2021 UN Procurement Division.
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Score: 913191.8 - https://www.un.org/Depts/ptd/story/critical-erp-milestone
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Beirut Critical Environment Recovery, Restoration and Waste Management (P176635) | United Nations Development Programme Skip to main content Lebanon Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved Global Nav toggle Search Who we are What we do Our impact Get involved English Locations Environmental and Social Commitment Plan (ESCP) pdf (0.4 MB) Environmental and Social Management Framework pdf (4.7 MB) Labor Management Procedures pdf (0.8 MB) Stakeholder Engagement Plan pdf (2.1 MB) Home Lebanon Publications Beirut Critical Environment Recovery, Restoration and Waste Management (P176635) Beirut Critical Environment Recovery, Restoration and Waste Management (P176635) Download Beirut Critical Environment Recovery, Restoration and Waste Management (P176635) June 17, 2022 The Port of Beirut (PoB) explosion on August 4, 2020 created multiple environmental challenges. (...) As defined in the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights (UNGPs),... Read more Publications Outlook Study for Ukraine on Advancement of Business Memb... The “Outlook Study for Ukraine on Advancement of Business Membership Organizations and Business Development Services” aims at strengthening business membership ...
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Score: 912255.1 - https://www.undp.org/lebanon/p...n-and-waste-management-p176635
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