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December 4, 2019 – What’s Missing from Your Business Continuity Plan?: The Components of a Successful Business Continuity Plan

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December 4, 2019 – What’s Missing from Your Business Continuity Plan?: The Components of a Successful Business Continuity Plan

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Fusion Risk Management Expands Solution Capabilities to Empower Operational Resilience through Risk Management and Business Continuity

CHICAGO, Ill. – Fusion Risk Management, Inc. (“Fusion”), a leading provider of business continuity and risk management software and services, announces today at the Disaster Recovery Journal Conference the expansion of its flagship platform, Fusion Framework® System™, to include an advanced set of risk management capabilities for comprehensive management of risk and business continuity.  With this … Continue reading Fusion Risk Management Expands Solution Capabilities to Empower Operational Resilience through Risk Management and Business Continuity

As Easy as 1-2-3: How to Launch a Business Continuity Program

This article first appeared on BCMmetrics.com Many companies put off starting a business continuity program because they think doing so is too hard. In today’s post, we’ll boil down the process of launching a BC program to three clear, simple steps. Obviously, starting a BC program is a complex undertaking. But sometimes people make it … Continue reading As Easy as 1-2-3: How to Launch a Business Continuity Program

Rethinking Risk: A Better Way to Think About Risk in Business Continuity Management

This article first appeared on BCMmetrics.com. Few organizations think about risk in a rational manner, which commonly leads to unnecessary expenditures and dangerous gaps in their business continuity planning. In today’s post, we’re going to look at a better way to analyze and address risk, namely the approach known as risk-based thinking. What is Risk-Based Thinking? … Continue reading Rethinking Risk: A Better Way to Think About Risk in Business Continuity Management

The Write Stuff: How to Create and Maintain Business Continuity Documentation

This article first appeared on BCMMETRICS.com. Good documentation is one of the pillars of a strong business continuity program, but it’s one that often gets left out. In today’s post, we’ll look at how to create BC documentation, which parts of your program you should document, and how to keep your documentation up to date. … Continue reading The Write Stuff: How to Create and Maintain Business Continuity Documentation

FEMA Releases Continuity Document for Whole Community: Business Process Analysis and Business Impact Analysis Users Guide

The Federal Emergency Management Agency’s National Continuity Programs has released today the Business Process Analysis and Business Impact Analysis User Guide. The document is intended for use by whole community stakeholders. It incorporates the concepts found in the FEMA Continuity Guidance Circular and places them in a user’s guide for those individuals that must determine an organization’s … Continue reading FEMA Releases Continuity Document for Whole Community: Business Process Analysis and Business Impact Analysis Users Guide

The Right Way to Write an RFP for Business Continuity Services

https://bcmmetrics.com/business-continuity-rfp/   When clients issue RFPs for business continuity services that are vague and contradictory, the result is a disappointment for the client and bewilderment for prospective BC service providers. In today’s post, I’ll share seven tips to help you create RFPs for BC and IT/Disaster Recovery services that will result in your receiving responsive, … Continue reading The Right Way to Write an RFP for Business Continuity Services

8 Bad Things: The Most Common Business Continuity Threats

People in business continuity talk a lot about black swans: unexpected events that come from outside normal experience and have strongly negative effects. Black swan events are definitely worth thinking about and being prepared for due to their potentially catastrophic impacts. Related on MHA Consulting: The Cost of Calamity: How Being Unprepared Can Harm An Organization … Continue reading 8 Bad Things: The Most Common Business Continuity Threats