: Business Continuity – isec

Service Overview

In an increasingly digitized business environment,  customers and partners expect that information, products and services are available without disruptions.

It could be only a matter of time before a disaster affects your organization’s information, systems and reputation.

Before a disaster strikes, every organization should identify critical business functions and potential risks to systems, processes and locations.

Prepared teams, planned activities and effective recovery procedures are essential in the process of managing business continuity.

As different organizations will have different needs, isec‘s approach in creating and maintaining BC/DR programs is flexible to suit your business environment.

Following the BS EN ISO 22301:2014 standard, our team of professionals will support your organization to plan, design, implement and maintain a system that will prevent threats to information security and enable efficient recovery in case of a significant incident. Our approach covers the following phases:

  • Building assets inventory;
  • Business Impact Analysis;
  • Risk Assessment;
  • Developing Business Continuity Plan (including policies, procedures and tools to facilitate adequate response);
  • Implementing solutions – ensuring the proper command structure for crisis management, communications architecture, data replication methodology and back-up;
  • Testing BC plan;
  • Maintenance and continuous improvement.

Deliverables for this service may include, but are not limited to:

  • Scope statement for the BCP effort;
  • BIA (Business Impact Analysis), RA (Risk Assessment), SPOF (Single Points of Failure) documents;
  • Business Continuity Plan;
  • Communication and Coordination Plan;
  • Emergency Response Plan;
  • Testing methodology and Testing Plan;
  • Results of testing.
  • Build confidence among your business partners and customers;
  • Preserve your organization’s value and reputation;
  • Cultivate a resilient organizational culture;
  • Protect your supply chain;
  • Mitigate the financial risks;
  • Gain a competitive advantage.