Business Continuity Management

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Business continuity involves planning and preparing organisations for serious incidents or disasters, to minimise the impact of such events and to enable the organisation to resume its normal operations within an acceptable timeframe.


Business Continuity Management (BCM) has become an essential management practice in today’s world. Amongst other elements, a successful BCM programme includes the development and testing of well-defined and structured business continuity and disaster recovery strategies and associated plans. Properly thought out, documented, implemented and tested strategies and plans will equip organisations to respond to, and recovery from, unforeseen disasters or emergencies as quickly and effectively as possible.

90% of businesses without a business continuity plan will fail after a disaster.

Better decision-making

Promotes pro-active behaviour

Increases enterprise value

Provides assurance

Decreases losses and incidents

Builds stakeholder confidence

Enhances risk focused culture

Reduces business liability

  • Development of BCM Programme implementation roadmap
  • BCM maturity assessments
  • Response plan structure development
  • Development of policies, frameworks and standards
  • BCM training and awareness programmes – development, facilitation and e-learning content creation
  • Business Impact Analysis and Risk Assessments
  • Business Continuity Strategy Formulation
  • Development of Business Continuity Management Plans
  • Facilitation of Business Continuity Management Tests and exercises
  • Development of maintenance and implementation plans
  • Development of BCP testing toolkit
  • Development of disaster recovery plans
  • ITC capability assessments
  • Crisis Management Simulations – Scenario based
  • Development of Crisis Management Plans
  • Development of Crisis Management Testing toolkit
  • Crisis Management Coordination
  • Crisis communications
  • Cyber incident response

Our methodology and approach aligns with international best practice and standards, namely: ISO 22301 and the Good Practice Guidelines (GPG) of the Business Continuity Institute (BCI).