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Achieve Organizational Resilience by Deploying a Business Continuity Management System

Posted by The Brain on Jul 4, 2019 1:56:30 AM


Beyond business continuity planning, the need to move to a business continuity management system

As a practice, Business Continuity Management aims to maintain essential functions in the event of a disaster or other, major disruption. Organizations get that. After all, they’ve poured time and money into developing business continuity management plans.

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Topics: Business Continuity

The Case for Unifying Security, Crisis, and Business Continuity Management

Posted by The Brain on May 2, 2019 12:56:20 AM


Take a look at the figures. Eighteen percent of all violent crimes occur in the workplace. Victim deaths are especially high in retail.

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Topics: Crisis Management, Business Continuity, Security Management, Crisis Planning

Challenges to effective business continuity planning

Posted by The Brain on Mar 7, 2019 2:00:00 AM


Year after year, the likelihood of a business-destroying critical event only seems to increase. Yet somehow, business continuity planning–the collection of resources, actions, procedures, and information, designed to prepare organizations to maintain essential functions in the event of a disaster or other major disruption–hasn’t made it to the top rung of C-suite priorities. 

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Topics: Business Continuity

ISO 22301: What you need to know about the international business continuity management standard

Posted by The Brain on Feb 20, 2019 8:15:07 AM


Business continuity management (BCM) has been around for some time now, roughly since the 1970s, according to most accounts. Back then, the field was a mere offshoot of crisis management. But now its scope has narrowed substantially to a holistic management process for identifying potential threats to an organization and the operational impacts those threats pose.

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Topics: Business Continuity

Not Sure if You Need a Business Continuity Plan at Your Organization?

Posted by The Brain on Jan 18, 2019 3:47:11 AM


The business disaster data suggests yes – emphatically yes.

Organizations underestimate the emergency disaster threat to business viability at their peril. According to the U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency, anywhere between 40 to 60 percent of small businesses never reopen following a national disaster.

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Topics: Business Continuity

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