As such, solid business continuity plans need to be backed by strong and dedicated teams (with clearly defined lines of authority, succession management and delegation processes). On top of that, companies need to incorporate solid business impact analyses, which identify recovery time objectives (for business processes and technology) as well as the recovery point objectives for the restoration of data. That’s just the bare minimum.
Transform Key Insights into a Plan of Action
By accessing our Business Continuity Plan Template, you will learn:
- Key areas of incident management such as detection and reporting, emergency operations center activation and damage assessments.
- Supplemental policies and procedures that work in conjunction with the business continuity plan (e.g. emergency response plans, IT disaster recovery plans and employee assistance plans).
- Critical processes required to provide access to and distribute the plan.