Published by: Kim Connor
August 10, 2022 | Compliance
Your credit union may not be able to prevent a disaster from occurring, but you can be ready when it happens. Security, data recovery, and peace of mind are priceless when faced with a catastrophic loss. RecoveryPro can get your credit union’s business continuity plan in place! RecoveryPro guides credit unions through the creation, maintenance, and testing of robust business continuity plans (BCPs). Templates and sample content lead the credit union through the collection and presentation of data, and a full content management system provides a secure online platform for management and staff to access the BCP for review and testing, or in the event of a disaster or work stoppage event.
The content in RecoveryPro is based on FFIEC guidance. It was developed with the help of a 20+ year Business Continuity veteran and has been fully vetted with multiple State and NCUA auditors. RecoveryPro places concise, actionable content at your fingertips, and provides comprehensive program documentation for your auditors. The document building process has been refined to actively engage your team, which increases investment in the plan and builds greater familiarity with how it is used when it is needed. It also leverages the knowledge and experience of other credit unions, through the sharing of sample business processes, dependencies, impact scoring, recovery strategies, and more, helping to build your content faster and ensure you are ready in a crisis.
Planning guides provide direction and support to your team and make the content development process user-friendly, maximizing the benefits of RecoveryPro’s subject matter expertise. Modular publishing options in RecoveryPro allow you to separate action content from audit content, getting you to the information you need quickly in a disaster while also providing the deeper program, policy, and process information required by auditors.
For information or a demonstration on RecoveryPro, contact Director, Member Success and Communications, Christy Clark.