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Managing incidents across timezones

Managing incidents across timezones

  For the past week I have been working with a company in California and getting them ready for ISO22301 certification. I will speak more on the lessons learned from the certification in next week’s bulletin. In preparation for the audit I have been helping...
3 Steps to Incident Readiness

3 Steps to Incident Readiness

Business Continuity methodologies have been around for decades. Business processes, technology, culture, markets, media and communication have all changed – yet BCM is still virtually the same.It shouldn’t surprise anyone that ‘Selling BCM to the...

4 Elements to Create an Incident Ready Program

The purpose of anIncident Readiness Programis to enhance the ability to respond effectively toanybusiness disruption and restore those assets (Business Processes, facilities, technology, suppliers and people) that are critical to the delivery of that...

Reading and writing

By Andy Osborne, AcumenOriginally posted on Oz’s Business Continuity Blog I like writing. I like reading too, although with everything else vying for my attention, I don’t get nearly enough time to read for pleasure. On the writing front, I blog when I...