Business Continuity Management Leading Practices

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Business continuity management (BCM) is key to a company’s recovery from unfortunate events or disastrous situations.

As a leading practice, business continuity plans (BCPs) should be developed by companies to document the required detailed recovery procedures and checklists to activate in the event of a major company incident, crisis and/or disaster situation. A review of this area includes looking for a governance program that helps ensure the maintenance and adequacy of the continuity planning process.

This tool features a number of leading practices for the BCM process, including:

  • Assess risk (environmental, human-made, business process, supply chain, IT, etc.)
  • Review legal, regulatory and contractual requirements
  • Conduct a business impact analysis (RTO, RPO, capacity, interdependency analysis, etc.)

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