Key Challenges Addressed
Modern organisations are highly dependent on information and systems to operate. Most business functions are reliant on IT systems to perform their tasks, and there are a growing number of interdependencies between these separate functions, which creates a fundamental challenge for organisations seeking to manage business continuity in line with the ISO 22301 Standard.
Add to this the wider adoption of practices like remote working and “always on” service requirements, and organisations may lack the expertise or resource to assess the risk to their operations or develop plans to maintain adequate and acceptable continuity.
This is problematic as legal and regulatory impacts today carry much larger fines and there is generally less tolerance for e-services being disrupted.
Keep Critical Functions Operational
Take a proactive approach to business continuity management that minimises the impact of cyber security incidents.
Return to Business as Usual in the Shortest Possible Time
If a major incident occurs, leverage business continuity plans to return to operations as fast as possible.
Protect Your Staff and Physical Locations
Prevent incidents or disruptions affecting your staff or premises.
Protect Your Brand and Reputation
Maintain customer confidence by demonstrating your commitment to business continuity.
Meeting Contractual or Legal Requirements
Achieving ISO 22301 certification provides external assurance of your commitment to business continuity.
How it Works
Our process for ISO 22301 starts by agreeing the scope of certification and performing a comprehensive business impact analysis. During this analysis, our consultants will conduct interviews and workshops with key stakeholders to identify critical business processes and activities, their impact on the business and the risk they pose to operations.
Our consultants will subsequently use these insights to review the maturity of your business continuity activities, including implementing mandatory requirements which includes assessing the risk to operations, judging the likelihood of disruption and developing plans to maintain continuity. For all of our clients, we ensure these plans are accurate, known and understood throughout the business, and reviewed and amended on a regular basis.
ISO 22301 protects the following areas:
Brand and reputation
Shareholder and stakeholder value
Tangible assets of the organization
Business intelligence and knowledge
Revenue and profit
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