ISMS Business Continuity Plan
A business continuity plan (BCP) is a document that details how a company will keep running in the event of an unanticipated service interruption. It's more extensive than a disaster recovery plan, as it includes contingencies for business processes, assets, human resources, and business partners — all aspects of the company that could be impacted.
Business continuity planning (BCP) is the process through which a corporation develops a system for preventing and recovering from hazards such as natural catastrophes or cyber-attacks.
BCP is intended to protect employees and assets while also ensuring that they can function swiftly in the event of a crisis.
BCPs should be tested to guarantee that there are no flaws that can be found and fixed.
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- Determining the impact of certain risks on operations
- Putting in place measures and procedures to reduce the risks
- Procedures are put to the test to make sure they work.
- Reviewing the procedure to ensure that it is current