Kuwait Finance House (KFH) honored 40 employees who completed Business Continuity Management Program (BCM) that is divided into two training courses for Internal Audit and Information Technology teams (Audit BCM and IT Disaster Recovery). This program was designed to equip employees with the right tools and understanding to improve resilience in case of any business disruption.
Strategy and Corporate Affairs General Manager at KFH, Eng. Fahad Khaled Al-Mukhaizeem stressed, during honoring the employees in presence of Chief Information Officer Srood Sherif, the importance of BCM in the next phase to ensure the bank is able to operate during any business disruption and be as agile as possible to recover from any potential disaster.
Furthermore, Al-Mukhaizeem stressed the importance of the CBM program to ensure speedy and effective response during business disruption to safeguard the interests of KFH’s shareholders. The program tackled business continuity from both an IT and business perspectives. The program encompassed the industry best practices and latest methodologies for both technical and business professionals.
It’s worth noting that BCM program for internal audit team is a unique program as it enables employees to administer high competency in implementing business continuity audits, not to mention the ability to assume the role of a regulator and controller within the organization.