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Using ISO 22301 business continuity practices to support mass public events

Managing public events with hundreds or thousands of people is a challenge, as disruptions of these events may result in huge material losses or even loss of life. We face the classic situation where disruptions may lead to unforeseeable consequences. As such, a business continuity approach based on ISO 22301 appears …

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What to implement first: ISO 22301 or ISO 27001?

Implementing ISO management system standards, even with the help of toolkits and consultants, may be a challenging task. In practice, sometimes it seems appropriate to enhance preparedness and protection in several areas of an organization, covering multiple processes and disciplines. While a security-oriented approach demanding an immediate protection from a …

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Business Continuity Management vs. Information Security vs. IT Disaster Recovery

For outsiders, it’s not easy to distinguish among the specific purposes of Business Continuity Management (BCM), Information Security (IS), and IT Disaster Recovery (IT DR). All three areas have something to do with “security,” “losses,” “disasters,” and “protection.” Read on to learn more about the particular roles of disciplines often …

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Organizational resilience according to ISO 22316 – Is this another buzzword?

Both management systems standards on information security (ISO 27001) and business continuity (ISO 22301), while trying to encompass the whole organization, still lack components and dimensions to holistically protect an enterprise. The concept of resilience expands these approaches and enhances the preparedness and development of organizations. Resilience – What’s this? …

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ISO 22301 Case study in the travel industry: Business continuity as a necessity in customer care

Business continuity protects an organization from the impacts of business disruptions. The goal is to provide a certain level of products and services to customers during disruptions. But, what do industries need in order to take care of their customers themselves? As usual, a normal project start… As a case …

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Incidents in ISO 22301 vs. ISO 27001 vs. ISO 20000 vs. ISO 28003

Management system standards, especially those dealing with security and interruptions of business processes, use the term “incident management.” As these management system standards deal with different aspects of managing business processes (IT Service Management, Information Security, Business Continuity, Supply Chain Security, and possibly others), the term is widely used but …

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The blessing of continuous improvement in ISO 22301

As with any other ISO management standard, not improving is not an option in ISO 22301. Best results can be achieved if improvements are applied to different aspects of the BCM approach. What improvement area or areas may have high priority is mainly dictated by the actual situation of the …

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The challenging role of the ISO 22301 BCM Manager

The Business Continuity Management (BCM) manager plays a pivotal role in the implementation of a BCM approach. As such, the role faces multiple challenges, from both top management and key process owners within the organization. As BCM is considered to be a cost factor in the first place, proper funding and …

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