Business Continuity Planning

Business continuity planning involves establishing an operational plan that examines the many risks an organization faces and provides contingencies that allow its key operational and critical functions to continue in the event of disruption or a disaster. BCP allows an organization to analyze all possible eventualities to determine the critical functions that must continue during a disruption so that the organization survives, recovers, and resumes growth. Here are the seven steps to implement a BCP

1) Understand the business

2) Conduct a business impact analysis

3) Perform risk assessment

4) Develop continuity plan

5) Implement the continuity plan

6) Build BCP culture

7) Maintain and update the plan

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