A Business Continuity Management Simulator
Caelli, William J., Kwok, Lam-For, & Longley, Dennis (2010) A Business Continuity Management Simulator. In Security and Privacy – Silver Linings in the Cloud, Brisbane, QLD, pp. 9-18.
Comprehensive BCM plan testing for complex information systems is difficult and expensive, if not infeasible. This paper suggests that a simulator could be employed to ameliorate these problems. A general model for such a BCM simulator is presented, and the implementation of a prototype simulator is described. The simulator reacts to system disturbances by seeking alternative configurations provided within the BCM plan, reporting the resource availabilities in the updated system and identifying any failure to meet the requirements placed on the system. The simulator then explores any changes in data security introduced by the proposed post disturbance configuration and reports any enhanced risk.
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