Business Continuity Management

Business Continuity Planning aims to realise the processes which ensure the company’s service interface operates at the highest possible levels of availability and reliability, and at reasonable cost, whether during normal business operation or following the occurrence of disaster.

Action plans are prepared in case of outage to enable the elimination of failures to be prioritised in such a way that the impact of the outage may be least felt.

Challenges facing Business Continuity Planning

  • to identify and fix any weak points in the current IT system
  • to prepare disaster recovery plans
    • to be comprehensive in nature
    • to assign constrained resources in such a way as to recover the most important processes first (RCPSP)
  • to prepare continuity plans
    • to select resources to serve processes
    • to take account of previous and subsequent processes

Business Continuity Planning dashboard

  • modeling to-be state of infrastructure 
  • measuring the impact of changes
  • return on security investment calculator (ROSI)
  • business continuity plans (BCP)
  • disaster recovery plans (DRP)
  • services recovery plans (SRP)
  • relocation plans
  • testing of scenarios
  • compliance with ISO 22301
  • emergency alerts
  • GDPR support

Excel and Word

Calculation and assessment of damage caused by outages by means of FMEA methodology

Future architecture design feature
Calculation of return on security investment (ROSI)
Establishing interdependence between processes and resources
Preparation of Business Continuity Plan (BCP)

Preparation of Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) automatically on the basis of incorporated optimisation algorithm

Comprehensive preparation and evaluation of continuity- and disaster recovery tests, and documentation of tests