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Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning :
Business Continuity Planning (BCP) is the process of systematically identifying mission-critical processes, procedures, and functions required to run specific business during and after a disaster, and plan a contingency for them. Esecurity Audit facilitates organizations using internationally accepted BCP standard PAS56 and best practice guidelines by The Business Continuity Institute (BCI), UK.
Accomplish effective business continuity and disaster recovery, build
resilience, and safeguard the interest of stakeholders.
The Need for Business Continuity Management
Today, the businesses around the world are increasingly challenged by the rising levels of various risks. The increasing reliance of businesses on technology, coupled with the increased risk of natural and purposeful disasters has meant that businesses are increasingly likely to suffer significant disruptions.
Proper and effective delivery of Business Continuity Management is a matter of survival. It ensures that the continuity of critical processes in case of any minor or major interruption.
The effective handling of a business continuity incident can have an immense positive effect on a company’s market value.
Esecurity Audit is the pioneer in introducing Business Continuity discipline in India. We have a team of highly trained and experienced consultants who can effectively help and guide you in developing and deploying effective business continuity management.
Why Select Esecurity Audit as your BCM Consulting Partner?
Esecurity Audit (Pvt.) Limited is one of the pioneers in introducing
Business Continuity Management discipline in India.
Achieving Business Continuity Management with Esecurity Audit :
Esecurity Audit offers expert consulting services for effective delivery
of Business Continuity Management. Our approach is based on internationally
accepted Good Practices Guidelines (GPG) and PAS56 Standard developed
by The Business Continuity Institute (BCI), UK, and the British Standard
Institute (BSI). The approach is based on five major steps: