How to incorporate employees into a business continuity plan

How to incorporate employees into a business continuity plan.

Don’t forget to incorporate your employees into your business continuity plan. 

6 critical functions of every business continuity plan

Six contingencies every business continuity plan should account for.

Here are six items every business continuity plan should include.

Business continuity must address internal threats

While outside threats are a valid concern for any organization, it is important to remember that they are not the only source of problems.

While outside threats are a valid concern for any organization, it is important to remember that they are not the only source of problems.

60 percent of firms adopting ISO 22301

In a recent report, the Business Continuity Institute found that only 60 percent of enterprises adopt the international standard for business continuity, ISO 22301.

In a recent report, the Business Continuity Institute found that only 60 percent of enterprises adopt the international standard for business continuity, ISO 22301.

Geopolitical conflict could weigh in on business continuity planning

While smaller businesses often don't think twice about geopolitical impact on their operations, they might need to start as various global situations escalate.

While smaller businesses often don’t think twice about geopolitical impact on their operations, they might need to start as various global situations escalate.

Assessing cyber risks in 2015

HP recently publish its annual Cyber Risk Report for 2015, exploring the cyber security landscape through 2014 and what trends are likely to rise above the rest for this year.

HP recently published its annual Cyber Risk Report for 2015, exploring the cyber security landscape through 2014 and what trends are likely to rise above the rest for this year.

Business continuity planning for spring weather

Spring brings a cessation of colder temperatures and snow from winter, but it also brings a variety of business continuity threats of its own that companies need to ensure they are prepared for.

Spring brings a cessation of colder temperatures and snow from winter, but it also brings a variety of business continuity threats of its own that companies need to ensure they are prepared for.

FFIEC revises business continuity guidance

The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council released an updated Business Continuity Planning Booklet recently, revising its suggestions for continuity of operations planning, and adding a new appendix to the booklet.

The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council released an updated Business Continuity Planning Booklet recently, revising its suggestions for continuity of operations planning, and adding a new appendix to the booklet.

5 continuity steps for every small business

Small businesses have the hardest time with continuity of operations planning and insuring their operational integrity against the worst.

Small businesses have the hardest time with continuity of operations planning and insuring their operational integrity against the worst.

‘False positive’ cyber security alerts contribute to over $1 million in losses

"False positive" alerts result in more time wasted chasing down erroneous threats than resolving real ones for many companies.

When it comes to cyber security, enterprises simply cannot afford to lag behind the latest trends and threat awareness reports, but being overzealous also has its downsides.

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