Being effective in Business Continuity firstly is to have a Business Continuity Plan (BCP). This will help to analyse all potential risk areas and convert these into informed decisions for mitigation at a specific level and appropriate cost. The BSI defines Business Continuity as “having a plan to deal with major disruption, like cyber-attacks, floods, and supply chain failures”.
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Typical stages of a Business Continuity Plan include:
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