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Business continuity plans – fit for purpose?

Business continuity plans – fit for purpose?

Blog posts   •   Dec 12, 2016 11:10 GMT

In a survey about the experience of handling major losses undertaken Vericlaim and Alarm, more than half of respondents “rated the practical assistance offered by a BCP (Business Continuity Plan) following a major incident as one or two out of a possible score of five”.

Perfuming the pig!

Perfuming the pig!

Blog posts   •   Mar 29, 2016 16:33 BST

Anyone can write a business continuity plan. In fact that’s the easy bit. And it’s just as easy to make the plan look very convincing. A few names and contact details, a smattering of checklists and a bit of blurb at the start about how seriously we take business continuity in our organisation can work wonders.