Increase your Business Continuity Profile

Business Continuity profile

Business Continuity Profile It’s one thing to have a business continuity plan, but it’s another to make sure your staff know about it.  Those involved in writing the plan and the core members of recovery teams are likely aware of the plan.  This is great, but what about everyone else in the organization?  When bad […]

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The Essentials in Business Continuity Program Management

successful business continuity plan kingsbridge is simple and straightforward

Not long ago I was asked the question, “So we have this Business Continuity Plan.  All of the steps are documented, the contact information is confirmed, and the supporting documentation is up to date.  Now what?”  A great question!  And one that requires a little bit of explanation. The Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is simply that; […]

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Hurricane Season – can your plan survive the storm?

hurricane

It happens every year at the same time.  With the weather being unpredictable as it is, you would think that we would know how to weather any storm.  Just like with hurricanes, our business continuity/disaster recovery plans are susceptible to the storms that might happen in the day-to-day running of our businesses. Are you watching […]

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Are your vendors prepared?

3rd party bcp

A solid business continuity plan is a great start to help you recover in the face of a major incident.  But have you considered what happens when there are “No 3rd Party Vendors”?  It’s time to check that they have plans in place. Why audit your vendors? A key piece of every business continuity plan […]

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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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Operating By The Seat Of Your Pants?

fast money

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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