As reported earlier this year, Continuity Central announced that it would be producing an updated version of its 2017 study To BIA or Not to BIA, which looked at whether attitudes to the business impact analysis (BIA) and risk assessment were changing. The 2019 survey has been completed andthe results have been released.
The survey focused on three main questions: Omitting the risk assessment; Omitting the business impact analysis; and the influence of standards (which business continuity standard came closest to the respondent’s view). A total of 267 professionals took part in the survey, with a third (33.3%) hailing from the US.
The complete survey results are available for review here at ContinuityCentral.com.