A well-conducted BIA provides a solid foundation for your future efforts to design a good business continuity plan. A bad BIA can provide false reassurance, leave critical gaps undiscovered, or prompt unneeded expenditures. How do you make sure your BIA is thorough and well-organized? Over the years, we have developed a checklist for use in conducting BIAs for our clients. We find the checklist invaluable in making sure the BIAs we conduct are focused, comprehensive, and well-grounded. Below is a version of our checklist you are welcome to use in conducting your own BIAs (explanations have been added to increase…
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