Business Continuity

We specialize in building the leading business continuity programs in no time. Our focus is to ensure that companies don't waste a single second being exposed to the dangers of today's world. We can assist you with snapshots of your program, planning, as well as setting up the strategy. We can help you write the top notch business continuity policy.

Disaster Recovery

We are technically-savvy enough to help you build, test, and maintain your Disaster Recovery plans. We don't leave you all alone midway through the project. We take you all the way on a Voyage, where our SME's will work with you on removing all of the roadblocks on your way to building a best in class Technology Recovery program.

Vendor Continuity

We have built successful vendor continuity programs for our customers in need of fulfilling the regulatory requirements, as well as strengthening resiliency of the outsourced providers. If you don't already have the vendor continuity plans, documented criticality of all of your corporate vendors, as well as their subcontractors, contact us now.

Regulatory Bodies

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Regulatory Bodies

How do you “sell” your business continuity program to senior management? How do you get this so-called “executive buy-in” ? Is it a one-time deal, or do you need to continue to remind the “customers” that your program is critical to your organization?

There are many things one can do with resiliency programs once that magical executive buy-in is obtained. For one, you can get the tools required to do your job, such as: Mass Communications System (MCS), or a Business Continuity Management tool (BCM), or a location-based threat intelligence tool. You can also expand your staff to touch the other areas of the business continuity program you otherwise would not have the capacity to. On the other hand, there are a few things that might help you get the senior management’s support.

Let’s take a look at a few questions that could arise if you are subject to the regulatory examinations:

  • How frequently are you being regulated?
  • What components of your program are regulated?
  • What’s the scope of the examinations?
  • What framework do you follow?

After all, it is your company’s management that will make a decision. On the other hand, if your company wants to continue to conduct business in the specified area, it might look closer to see if it meets all of your regulations. As we all know, a license to practice business in your particular area might be suspended if you don’t follow through with your requirements.

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