The 2017 Cornerstone Performance Report for Banks analyzes the latest trends and developments in banking gathered from working directly with banks nationwide.
In today’s business setting, your computing environment can change significantly over time. Cornerstone’s I.T. Disaster Recovery Assessment provides the foundation for upgrading the I.T. disaster recovery plan and the remediation of any gaps that are currently putting the organization at risk.
Does your current I.T. Disaster Recovery Plan provide for appropriate command and control should you need to use it? How prepared are you to recover from a major adverse event within your I.T. infrastructure? What gaps must be filled immediately to meet not only the regulators’ compliance specifications but also the expectations of various stakeholders for continuity of the business?
Analyze your organization’s I.T. disaster recovery environment and your existing disaster recovery pan from the top down
Utilize Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRII) standards to review the plan and its underlying computing environment
Review every technology initiative under way in the organization and ensure that the plan is revised to accommodate the future direction of technology at your institution
Perform a gap analysis between the I.T. disaster recovery plan currently in place and industry best practices (and Federal Financial Institution Examination Council regulations)
Provide recommendations for filling the gaps along with an investment roadmap that will allow your institution to immediately focus on its most current business continuity needs and plan for gradual improvements to the I.T. disaster recovery plan over time
We will be hosting for the first time, a new Credit Union Project Management Roundtable this Spring. This event will bring together project managers and executives to collaborate on the challenges we experience managing strategic and tactical projects in a credit union organization.
AOBA 2018: a big party packed with acquirers, sellers, investment bankers and attorneys full of big plans for the year ahead.