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

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While Covid-19 has many people working from home, many companies have sent part or even all of their employees back to the office or other facility. Demonstrating return on investment is one of the main barriers to launching a new or more robust Business Continuity Plan (BCP) project. Many organizations have difficulty justifying the expense […]

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10 steps to tabletop exercising success Part 2 of 2

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If you missed part 1 of 10 steps to tabletop exercise success, you might want to go back and read that post first, available here. 6) Capture A lot of great information gets shared during a tabletop exercise and you don’t want to miss any of it! Here are 4 VERY simple steps to take: […]

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10 steps to tabletop exercising success Part 1 of 2

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Tabletop exercising success.  Whether you’re conducting your first, you conduct them regularly or you’re looking to improve them, there are always steps to take to make your tabletop exercising more successful.  Here are the steps you’ll want to take to make your next tabletop exercise a success. 1) Choose the correct format. There are lots […]

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The 5 Phases of Business Continuity Planning – Part 2

5 Phases of Business Continuity Planning

In our last post we began to talk about the 5 phases of Business Continuity planning, with a focus on the Prevention and Mitigation phases. To summarize, Prevention is when you take steps to lessen the chance of an incident from happening. On the other hand, Mitigation is about lessening the impact when an incident […]

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The 5 Phases of Business Continuity Planning – Part 1

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The Business Continuity planning process can be overwhelming, especially if you’re looking at it for the first time. There are subtle differences in terminology, lots of acronyms, and a number of different moving parts that can be difficult to keep track of. In order to make the process easier to manage, the industry has broken […]

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Being Prepared

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Think back over the year… Let’s take a quick look at the state of affairs in 2020: Record wildfires through much of the Western US Above average tornado activity Two severe derecho events, one in the Midwest (making the list of billion-dollar events for 2020, second only to Hurricane Laura) Currently tied for most active […]

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