Planning an Effective Tabletop Exercise Most organizations with mature business continuity capabilities usually have a purpose-driven exercise program which includes testing the recovery solutions ranging from individual recovery strategies to detailed recovery plans. Mature business continuity programs include testing of all continuity plans at least annually, depending on the budget. Requirements for these exercises can range from simulations to walkthroughs. Sometimes it’s hard to get the program budget or participation for more elaborative exercises in those cases. Tabletop exercise is usually one of the most cost-effective and practical options both for mature and new business continuity programs. It is easier…
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