What is business continuity?
Business continuity, when used in conjunction with a risk assessment, is a term used to describe the plans that an organisation sets out in the event of an interruption to the day to day working practices.
Disruption could be caused by a number of things, including issues with the organisation’s supply chain, an office burning down or a cyber attack. This business continuity plan will enable the business to continue as usual.
ISO 22301 is the internationally recognised best practice standard for business continuity. Ask ISMS.online about achieving ISO 22301 in our ISMS software solution.