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This article considers whether those just starting on their business continuity management journey need to buy BS25999 or whether cheaper options will suffice. While there are numerous reasons for robust business continuity planning (other than ensuring [...]
We’ve said before that we empathise with those who need to be prudent with budgets and understand that many may prefer to wait until PAS documents become official British Standards before purchasing them. We also know a [...]
The BSI bills this as the complete kit for Business Continuity. So is it worth the money? If you’re going to do Business Continuity properly, you definitely need to know what the standards say. The easiest [...]
The pre-cursor to a new British Standard for Crisis Management is available. PAS 200: 2011 (PAS stands for Publicly Available Standard) provides a framework for slow burn and sudden crises. The aim of this standard is [...]