Business continuity management
Improve your cyber resilience and thereby enhance your competitive edge by implementing an array of tools for business continuity management (BCM).
The events of the 2020s—the pandemic, mass disruptions in supply chains, the exodus of foreign IT vendors from the Russian market—have demonstrated the importance of BCM mechanisms.
Focusing on the company’s operating environment, identifying business-critical processes, and testing alternative ways to implement them have become prominent elements of continuity management.
The companies most affected by such challenges allocate very few (to none) resources for predicting possible emergencies and developing effective action plans.
While there is still much room for BCM improvement, a number of industries have shown promising results since 2020. We are convinced that the positive trend will persist, in which case we can expect significant progress in the coming years.
Our guide will help you gain an understanding of BCM and the reasons to implement itDownload
You will learn what is meant by business continuity management and how it benefits companies
The guide provides insight into the actions necessary in each stage
With a cheat sheet, you can easily structure the process and successfully implement BCM mechanisms in your company
A quick guide to understanding business continuity management and the role of cybersecurity
- What is BCM and why you need it
- 7 steps to implement BCM
The material will help IT executives and digital transformation leaders systematize their knowledge of incident management. Technical specialists can refer to the business‑friendly reasoning in the guide to demonstrate the connection between cybersecurity and company development.
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