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How To Test If Your Business Continuity Plan Is Working

Resilience is a much desired attribute, and its prominence has increased during the pandemic. Most businesses have a business continuity plan in place today. That said, having a business continuity plan is only half the battle won. If businesses do not test their business continuity plans regularly, they are at the risk of business continuity interruptions. It is also necessary to frequently test business continuity plans, not only to ensure if the plans are working, but also to understand if there are gaps. Tests can also reveal areas of dependencies and time taken for recovery time and costs involved.

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