1 Business Disaster Recovery: Lessons Learned & Best Practices Bob Boyd Agility Recovery To download a copy of these slides, Please visit:
2 Prepare to Survive. Mission: Promote the practice and profession of corporate responsibility in service of good business. Educate and engage leaders at all levels to use corporate responsibility to reduce risk, improve operational efficiency, save money, attract talent, and encourage innovation.
3 Prepare to Survive. CROA Committees: Ratings & Rankings Professional Development Diversity & Inclusion
4 Prepare to Survive. Get Involved Learn Network Advance
5 Prepare to Survive. Contact: Allie Williams Executive Director Corporate Responsibility Officers Association SHAREDXPERTISE REDEFINING MEDIA Office Phone: Mobile: E mail:
6 Prepare to Survive. Bob Boyd President & CEO Agility Recovery Agenda 1. Events in Recent History 2. Disaster Lessons Learned 3. The Agility Story
7 2013 Year-In-Review 62 Presidentially Declared Disasters, Affecting 37 states and territories EIGHT disasters causing over $1 Billion in Damage (below average) Worldwide: 880 Major disasters worldwide Over 20,000 deaths Over $125 Billion in damage Relatively quiet year for tornadoes & hurricanes, with the exception of March 18 th storms and the Moore, OK Tornado.
8 2013 Federally Declared Disasters 62 Total Disaster Declarations (FEMA.gov) * Declarations as of December 18, 2013
10 US Billion $ Disasters
11 US Natural Disaster Figures * * Latest Data Available from NOAA
12 2013 Agility Recovery Events Summary Agility Disaster Recoveries Categorized by Type (Nearly 300 Individual Events Logged in 2013) Water Damage/ Weather 3% Water Damage/ Man made 3% Computer Failure 4% Server Failure 4% Internet Outage 9% Roof Damage 4% Additional Equipment Need 16% Phone Outage 9% Building Fire 5% Construction/ Renovations 3% Power Outage 40%
13 Prepare to Survive. Lessons Learned
14 Lessons Learned 1. Expect The Unexpected 2. Failure to Prepare Employees 3. Preparing Your Supply Chain 4. Ensure Proper Communications 5. Having No Plan At All
15 Prepare to Survive. Lesson Learned 1. Expect The Unexpected
16 The Unexpected Headline: San Juan Islands submarine communication cable severed Phone and Internet outage caused by severed cable Most small businesses forced to close doors, or operate cash only Tourists unable to pay for hotel rooms, meals, etc. ATM s non functional Cell Towers impacted 911 Centers down
17 The Unexpected Headline: San Juan Islands submarine communication cable severed Lessons Learned: Incorporate LOSS of Internet & Phones into your Disaster Recovery Plan. Be sure to TEST your recovery plan and include a scenario similar to this. Utilize multiple wireless carriers in the event one network is compromised. Have a strategy for processing transactions without connectivity.
18 The Unexpected Headlines: Terror at the Finish Line Blasts Rock Boston Marathon Boston officials estimate as many as 500 businesses suffered losses due to bombing: Candy Shop: $65,000 Restaurant: $200,000 Lack of access to cash made payroll and rent payment nearly impossible Losses due to crime scene investigation, not damage from blast
19 The Unexpected Headlines: Terror at the Finish Line Blasts Rock Boston Marathon Lessons Learned: Mobile Phones unusable during large scale regional event. Know how to communicate to employees, clients, partners, etc. without mobile access (Text messaging is best option). Have a strategy for relocating your operations if forced to do so on short notice. Have every employee or a core team trained in first aid/cpr. Know your local law enforcement, they may become your best friend during a crisis.
20 The Unexpected Headline: Thieves target Caddo Nation; inflame leadership dispute Political spat leads to armed robbery/break in/vandalism Staff held captive at gunpoint Servers, computers stolen Sensitive personal data & financial documents lost No way to restore data, as person responsible is suspect
21 The Unexpected Headline: Thieves target Caddo Nation; inflame leadership dispute Lessons Learned: Ensure OFF SITE backup of important applications and data. Have appropriate on site security to mitigate risk. Train employees on workplace violence. Have redundant ISPs and consider having multiple employees/executives have control over them. Should a controversy evolve in the workplace, proactively work towards resolution through moderation or consider legal advice. Don t wait for worst case scenario.
22 The Unexpected Headline: Fire at Norwich Pump Station Disables Water System Arson shuts down community water system affecting water quality for 30,000 Fire investigation delayed recovery Confusion as to generator type/size delayed recovery
23 The Unexpected Headline: Fire at Norwich Pump Station Disables Water System Lessons Learned: For critical infrastructure, processes be sure to have an executable recovery plan that has been tested. Know ahead of time your power requirements. Have local connections for electricians, technical assistance. Know how to communicate effectively with your audience in the aftermath of an interruption.
24 The Unexpected Headline: Historic Blizzard Collapses Entire Call Center Building 4 feet of snow in 24 hours collapses entire building 200+ seat Call Center destroyed Forced to relocate all employees, secure all new equipment and reroute phone lines As 1 of the largest employers in the city, a swift recovery was needed to enable hourly wage employees to continue working
25 The Unexpected Headline: Historic Blizzard Collapses Entire Call Center Building Lessons Learned: Your plan MUST include a strategy for total loss of a facility, whether due to fire, flood, etc. Have a means to secure workspace, technology, connectivity, physical infrastructure. Time = Money For both the organization and employees, downtime is critical. Know how quickly you can restore data, re establish connectivity, obtain temporary power, etc. Know your most likely geographic, environmental threats.
26 Prepare to Survive. Lesson Learned 2. Failure to Prepare Employees
27 Failure to Prepare Employees A. Employees Plan Knowledge 1. Do they Know the plan? 2. Do they know where to find the plan? 3. Do they know their primary role? 4. Have you shared the plan with new hires?
28 Failure to Prepare Employees B. Work from Home Strategy 1. Productivity suffers 2. Inability to login to networks Phone/Internet Outages Power Outages 3. Unwillingness to report to duty Family or Property in peril 4. Distractions 5. Child Care Issues
29 Failure to Prepare Employees C. Cross Training Employees 1. Critical Functions must continue 2. Certain areas/departments may experience greater demand 3. Longer/Odd Hours may require additional staffing For this checklist and others, please visit:
30 Failure to Prepare Employees D. Transportation Issues 1. Mass Public Transportation Shut Down a) Car Pooling b) Overnight accommodations nearby 2. Fuel Shortages a) Storage of Fuel for Critical vehicles/staff b) Fuel vendor for deliveries 3. Restricted Access to non Residents 4. Damaged/Destroyed Vehicles
31 Prepare Employees E. Family Preparedness 1. Do they have a plan? a) Evacuation plan b) Document Storage c) Alert System d) Emergency/Go Kit 2. How can your organization help? a) Workshops b) Checklists c) Emergency Kits
32 Prepare to Survive. Lesson Learned 3. Preparing Your Supply Chain
33 Supply Chain/Key Vendor Preparedness A. 3rd Party IT: BOTTLENECK B. Power/Communication Vendors: BOTTLENECK C. Payroll Companies Do you know their Recovery Plan? What is the process for an interruption during Pay Cycle? Are they integrated into your Exercise? D. Attorney/CPA Firm Can you reach them following in interruption? Are they involved in your planning process? E. Delivery/Shipping Partners What is the protocol for an interruption? How will any delay from these partners affect your business?
34 Prepare to Survive. Lesson Learned 4. Ensure Proper Communications
35 Single Point of Failure - Communications Communications Failures 1. Network Interruption 2. Mobile Devices Single Carrier for entire company? Chargers for mobile devices? 3. Single Means of Communication One server Unfamiliarity with texting Single phone system, with no backup or means for simple transfer/forwarding No land lines in the office or at leadership teams homes
36 Single Point of Failure - Spokesperson Single Communicator/Spokesperson 1. Often the CEO or President 2. Single person inhibits: a. Leadership to employee communications b. Decision making ability c. Organization to stakeholder communications d. Media Relations
37 Keys to Proper Communications Create a Crisis Communication Plan Have multiple redundant means of reaching employees and key contacts independent of terrestrial phone lines and a single cellular network as much as possible Keep Emergency Contact Lists Updated Utilize Online Message Boards Maintain Access to Your Website Keep Those Outside your Organization Informed Have a Media Relations Strategy and Plan For a Crisis Communications Checklist, Visit:
38 Prepare to Survive. Lesson Learned 4. Having No Plan At All
39 10 Steps to Preparedness 1. Assess your risk both internally and externally. 2. Assess your critical business functions. 3. Prepare your supply chain. 4. Back up your data. 5. Create an emergency management plan. 6. Create a crisis communications plan. 7. Assemble emergency supplies. 8. Plan for an alternate location. 9. Review your insurance coverage. 10. Test your plan. WhitePaper: 11 Common Disaster Recovery Mistakes :
40 Prepare to Survive. The Agility Approach
41 Agility Recovery History Started by General Electric 25 years ago. Saw a need to recover at or near the businesses normal location. Photo taken by Agility Recovery team
42 What We Do We provide 4 key Elements of Disaster Recovery 1. Office Space: Everything needed for your employees to work 2. Power for the office 3. Communications: Telephone and Internet access 4. Computer System: Computers, servers, printers, fax
43 Culture of Success General Electric built an infrastructure to ensure success 25 years Rescued 1000 s of businesses Never failed Atlanta Distribution Center
44 New Vision The industry focused on the needs of the Fortune 500. This model is too expensive for most businesses. In 2004, Agility defined a new vision. Agility will bring disaster recovery solutions to ALL businesses.
45 New Business Model ReadySuite Agility created a solution that all business could afford. For a small monthly fee, normally $495/month, you can protect your business.
46 When You Become a Member A continuity planner will contact you and gather the info we need to recover your business if you have a disaster. e.g. Erin Mitchell Agility Rep How many critical employees need to be up and running? What are the power requirements of the office? Where do you store your data? How do you want your phone calls handled during a disaster? Ben Pritchard Member Services
47 When You Become a Member All information is placed in a password protected site called myagility. myagility is the foundation of your recovery plan.
48 When You Have A Disaster Agility s operations team works with you to determine your needs. You only pay for Agility s out of pocket expenses: If we fly a technician to your office to set up computers, we charge you for the airfare, but not the time. If you need a generator, we'll deliver it and bill you our exact costs. If you need a server, we take one from our stock and ship it to you. You pay for the shipping. Agility Quickship Case
49 When You Have A Disaster Regardless if you have Agility or not, you would still have the same recovery needs. But Agility will get it done faster, cheaper and more effectively. Most importantly, we get it done every time. ReadySuite Mobile Office
50 Disasters Happen Sometimes they re small like a phone outage.
51 Disasters Happen Sometimes they re big like a tornado. Photo taken by Agility Recovery team
52 Disasters Happen If you don t have a plan your business will be forever altered. Photo taken by Agility Recovery team
53 Disasters Happen During a disaster there are more important things to focus on instead of trying to rebuild your infrastructure. When you re most vulnerable to being overcharged and underserved, you will have a partner you can trust: 25 years 1000 s of recoveries Never failed Agility doesn t profit from your disaster. Bobbi Carruth Agility Member Worthington Federal Bank
54 Ask Yourself Do you believe a disaster could happen? Do you believe that without a plan, your business will suffer? Do you believe Agility, after 25 years and 1000 s of recoveries will be there? DCH Credit Union Agility Members Tornado Recovery
55 Ask Yourself Do You Believe? If you answered, Yes, then Agility is a fairly easy decision. We welcome you as a member.
56 Prepare to Survive. Questions? Bob Boyd To download a copy of these slides, Please visit:
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