3 Ways Your BCP Can Help You with Non-Emergency Operations

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NOTE:  This is a re-post of an older post, but the message holds true and ’tis the holiday season! Demonstrating return on investment is one of the main barriers to launching a new Business Continuity Plan (BCP) project. Many organizations have difficulty justifying the expense of building a BCP and funding it’s maintenance over time. […]

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No Building, No People, No Systems, No Suppliers

No Building, No People, No Systems, No Suppliers

We get asked a lot of questions about how any one company can possibly plan for all of the different incidents they could experience.  It’s a good question.  There are many variations of complexity to incidents that can make the task of planning for them all feel overwhelming.  Fires start small, and can grow and […]

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BCP Headaches you can Avoid by using SHIELD: Part 3

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Solve BCP Headaches Welcome to the third and final installment of our series on how SHIELD can solve BCP headaches.  Last week we talked about how SHIELD helps the newcomer to business continuity get started on the plan development process.  This week we’re going to look at what challenges that come up after you finally […]

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BCP Headaches you can avoid by using SHIELD: Part 2

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We hope you enjoyed last week’s blog post on how KingsBridge SHIELD can solve some of your Business Continuity Planning (BCP) information security headaches.  This week, part two of our series focuses on how Shield can cure the headaches of the BCP newbie.  Has management assigned you the responsibility of heading up the company’s BCP program […]

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BCP Headaches you can avoid by using KingsBridge SHIELD

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Welcome to the first in our three-part series on business continuity planning headaches and how you can use the KingsBridge SHIELD solution to resolve them.  Today “BCP plan access” is the focus.  Making sure those that need it have it, while also ensuring that access to sensitive information remains restricted. BCP Headache – #1 Keeping […]

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Social Media in Business Continuity

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Social media is everywhere. It’s in coffee shops, at tourist attractions, even walking down the street. People are constantly cataloguing what is happening in their lives on social media with photos, news articles and trendy hashtags. And this is especially true when emergencies arise. Loved ones reach out, asking if they are ok. Photos still […]

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Operating By The Seat Of Your Pants?

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We’ve all seen them.  New companies that appear seemingly out of nowhere.  Often they have fancy marketing material, a snazzy logo, a few fast-talking sales people, and an energetic and keen staff working behind the scenes.  The company gets attention, makes some sales, and everything ticks along nicely.  The board is happy, the staff are confident, […]

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