Here's how to create a business continuity plan that gives your business the best chance of surviving a disaster. (Item #1) Change management is an important piece of business interruption prevention and helps ensure security risk does not drift up during projects and day-to-day activities. (Item #2) With the dynamic nature of BC in mind, how often should your organization review its business continuity plan? (Item #3)
Poor planning is definitely a big part of why organizations fail at business continuity, but the easy answer is that they’re simply overwhelmed by the challenges. (Item #4) Paying a ransom is not the way to deal with a ransomware attack; instead, comprehensive business continuity and disaster recovery planning provides the best solution says Paul Barber. (Item #5) All businesses need to have a robust cybersecurity plan in place to prevent attacks and protect their data and systems, but it’s also important to have a strategy in place to respond to a breach. (Item #6)
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