A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) must accomplish the following:
- Insure the business at all times and cope with more and more frequent disasters, hard to manage and publicised in the media.
- Choose the most suitable solutions and control recurring and investment costs.
- Integrate BCP into your corporate culture and drive the change management.
- Reassure partners (authorities, customers, suppliers, etc.) of your company's resilience in the case of a major disaster.
A company's business continuity is a complex process that requires a strong understanding of business issues, awareness of major risks, and mastery of technical, logistical and contractual relief solutions. It also requires the establishment of a risk culture at every level of the organisation.
We have helped more than 300 clients in the definition, implementation and testing of their business continuity plans and have references from following sectors: banking, insurance, pharmaceuticals, public sector, telecom, services, retail, industry and IT services.
Framing study PCA (analysis of needs, impacts and major risks; technical and economic study of solutions):
- Implementation of backup solutions
- Formalisation of organisational, functional and technical procedures
- Definition of the principles of governance and organization
- Organisation of tests and recurring exercises
- Training / Certification ISO 22301