Business Continuity Management and Disaster Recovery Planning is a holistic management process that identifies potential threats to an organization and the impact to business operations that the realization of those threats could bring. A sound program is essential to protecting the well-being of your organization and you must have a plan in place prior to an incident if you hope to emerge successfully from a crisis. To create and continuously update a plan, you will need to use significant resources and qualified experts who have had real-world planning and business continuity management experience.
When it comes to business continuity management and disaster recovery planning, the time to develop a Business Continuity Program/Disaster Recovery (BCP/DR) strategy for your entire business is now. Your plan takes the form of a strategic and operational framework that will proactively improve your organization's resilience in the event of an adverse event. Our consultants guide you in developing a Business Continuity Program that addresses the key aspects of your business operations. We also guide you through the process of creating both a strategic and detailed planning framework to minimize the effects of a negative event and enable you to effectively and efficiently restore critical business and support functions following a disaster.
We provide comprehensive evaluation and report of the organization's Business Continuity Planning/Disaster Recovery program, including:
Business-continuity-management program strategy development, which includes:
Rapid-response contingency planning strategy, which includes:
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