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Following up on its initial 2017 study, Continuity Central will be producing an updated version of To BIA or Not to BIA. While the original survey looked at whether attitudes to the business impact analysis and risk assessment were changing, the follow-up will seek to determine whether there has been any development in thinking across the business continuity profession.

The original survey was carried out in response to calls by Adaptive BC for the removal of the business impact analysis and risk assessment from the business continuity process.

All business continuity professionals are invited to take part in the 2019 To BIA or Not to BIA…Revisited survey here.

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