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Business Continuity Management

Security and risk management leaders will need to ensure that their business continuity management programs are viewed as strategic imperatives. This will be enforced by linking them to the development of corporate objectives and customer delivery commitments. 

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Business Continuity - The Key Findings

1

The momentum of digital transformation projects will outpace the ability of organisations to accommodate the changes, introducing additional complex threats. Neither the pace of change, nor the evolving risk landscape will wait for business continuity management and organisatorial resilience strategies to evolve and catch up.

2

We are seeing a growing need to provide 24/7 technology services to support business needs.

As a result of this customer-facing services are changing organisations’ internal and external interactions.

3

Consequently the ongoing and also increasing threat of cyber attacks is leading to a formalisation of the operational relationship.

As a result we will see a better collaboration between Business Continuity Management and digital information security functions.

4

Finally the future of Business Continuity Management will be marked by the shift from an operational silo mindset to an organisational resilience mindset.
Additionally this will take businesses to a more strategic role in the business.

Business Continuity - The Recommendations

Security and risk management leaders tasked with the responsibility for technology, information and resilience risk should: 

First you need to learn and adapt quickly to protect your end-user service delivery. Additionally this should be implemented to for your organisational brand and future sustainability.
Second you should gain the skills necessary to engage with resilience planning. Importantly this should function as a business-as-usual function in an organisational resilience culture.
Thirdly your business must integrate BCM across the whole organisation. As a result this will ensure that business-led recovery time expectations are aligned with supplier capabilities. Furthermore this will be vital for your IT disaster recovery resources.
First you need to learn and adapt quickly to protect your end-user service delivery. Additionally this should be implemented to for your organisational brand and future sustainability.
Second you should gain the skills necessary to engage with resilience planning. Importantly this should function as a business-as-usual function in an organisational resilience culture.
Thirdly your business must integrate BCM across the whole organisation. As a result this will ensure that business-led recovery time expectations are aligned with supplier capabilities. Furthermore this will be vital for your IT disaster recovery resources.

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