Custom Business Impact Analysis Tool..? YES!

Custom Business Impact Analysis tool

The Business Impact Analysis (BIA) phase of writing your business continuity plan can seem like a daunting task. With the varying needs of each business come different requirements for the BIA. That’s why KingsBridgeBCP has done our research and asked you, our customers, what your needs are for completing a BIA. Available now in Shield […]

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Leverage simple Business Continuity Plan templates

Business Continuity plan templates

KingsBridge BCP’s Shield software makes the daunting task of writing and housing your Business Continuity Plan (BCP) easy. With this simple and straightforward software, you can build and maintain your plan without the worries of version control, access, and plan navigation that are inherent with hard copies. Some benefits of using Shield for your BCP, namely […]

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Are You Relying on Luck?

Don't rely on luck, prepare your business, fail to prepare, prepare to fail

 Feeling lucky? Can you believe fall is around the corner? While you are looking forward to dropping temperatures, changing leaves and perhaps a pumpkin spice treat of some kind, don’t forget another sign of fall: flu season. Yes, in the midst of drive-through Covid-19 testing sites and Teledoc appointments, we are coming up on flu […]

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Build your uptime to support your business

uptime

In the past 45 days, the US experienced multiple major tech outages: Cloudflare DNS, T Mobile, Garmin, and Twitter.  Just last night, Google, Amazon, Zoom and AT&T experienced outages reportedly affecting user accounts and internet access.  We live in interesting times right now.  Everyone expects 100% “uptime”, but no one has the budget to support […]

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Records Management for BCP

Records Management

Records management is an ongoing struggle for many businesses, especially when it comes to Business Continuity Planning (BCP). Every time we go to a client site we get asked about what to do with all of the information the business generates. Where should it be stored? How should it be accessed, and by whom? And […]

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Communicating When Disaster Strikes – Tips for Preparedness

communicating

One of the first things people do when disaster strikes is start communicating. Someone calls 911. Emergency response groups learn and relay important facts about the incident. And people speculate about what happened, why it happened, and what will happen now. As a business, it is vital to be ready to respond when disasters occur. […]

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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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10 BCP Mistakes You Really Want to Avoid Part 1 of 2

BCP mistakes

Don’t let these BCP mistakes put your recovery at risk: 1. Managing the wrong risks. You may have heard of the term cognitive bias – the irrational errors that we humans make in our decision-making.  One type of cognitive bias, the availability heuristic, causes us to heavily weigh our judgments toward more recent information.  This […]

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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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