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Continuity, Resilience and Recovery

Continuity, Resilience and Recovery

Continuity, Resilience and Recovery

It improves a documented management system that enables you to minimise business disruption and to ensure continuing operations in the event of an incident.

Business continuity management is an organization’s ability to ensure operations and main business functions are not impacted by a disaster or an incident that take critical processes and products offline. Business continuity planning is an interdepartmental process, often led by information technology and includes implementing the plans used to restore normal business in a set amount of time. It also helps to define the amount of data loss acceptable to the business and sustains communication between the organizational stakeholders during and following incidents. Resilience is defined as an organization’s ability to maintain acceptable service levels and to manage disruptions to its critical processes and the IT systems which support them. Disaster Recovery involves a set of policies, tools and procedures to enable the recovery or continuity of technological infrastructure and systems following a disaster. Disaster recovery focuses on the IT or technology systems supporting critical business functions while business continuity involves keeping all essential aspects of a business functioning despite disruptive events.

ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management Systems Audit

What is Business Continuity Management System?

It improves a documented management system that enables you to minimise business disruption and to ensure continuing operations in the event of an incident. To manage risks such as cyber-attacks and natural disasters, organisations need effective BCMS (Business Continuity Management System) that helps them quickly recover from any event. The international standard ISO 22301 provides a best-practice framework for planning the process of BCMS.

What are the benefits of ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management System?

Reduce the risks and the effects of disruptive incidents with ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management System Certification and Audit

You can;

  • Manage the current and future threats,
  • Take a proactive approach,
  • Keep critical functions up,
  • Run during times of crises,
  • Minimize downtime during incidents,
  • Improve recovery time,
  • Establish resilience…

What to do next?

If you are starting the certification process, looking to transfer your certification or looking for an audit for your business, please contact our business development team. We will devise a comprehensive quote which will be agreed in line with your requirements.

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