With cyber attacks and data breaches on the rise, having a robust Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) in place is vitally important.
You most likely have a BCP or DRP in place, in the form of a document held somewhere, by someone. But in a world where the only constant is change, these need to be continually assessed and vigorously tested.
ISO 22301 is the international standard for Business Continuity Management Systems (BCMS), which outlines the way to approach the development of BCPs, DRPs and crisis management. It covers every aspect of business continuity from inception to testing and compliments ISO 27001 and BS 10012 because it demonstrates that services will continue no matter what the calamity.
The standard is applicable to organisations of any size. However, in our experience it is usually the large SME that would benefit most from having it in place. If you are a data centre offering secure hosting, ISO 22301 could also offer a competitive advantage.
Focusing on crisis management, business continuity and disaster recovery.
For your ‘Gold Command’ crisis management team.
Processes that will work when put to the test.
From specialists with years of industry experience.
Our MD Gary Hibberd is a published author on the topic of business continuity and is an award-winning Business Continuity Manager. Our team of consultants also have a wealth of experience in designing, developing and managing Business Continuity Management Systems (BCMS) for the ISO 22301 standard.
We remove the complexity of the management system and make it real, bringing the topic to life and developing BCPs and DRPs that will work when required.
From a Gap Analysis of your processes, through to building your BCMS, and on towards full ISO 22301 certification, we take you through the process and help you with the onward management of your BCMS to bring about the greatest change.
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