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BCM Makes Good Business Sense in Today’s Risky Business Environment

The foundation of a resilient organization begins with a well-designed, implemented, and maintained Business Continuity Management System. And the building blocks of that foundation are the standards, guidelines, and best practices that provide guidance in continuity planning to protect against, prepare for, respond to, and recover from disruptive incidents.

In this contribution to The Resilience Post, business continuity management consultant Betty A. Kildow, a BC professional with more than two decades working with widely diverse organizations, assisting them in developing their continuity capability, helps determine which set of standards or guidelines are the best vehicle for continually improving the organization’s continuity capability.

Read Betty A. Kildow’s full analysis via The Resilience Post.

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