Business Continuity Management

Minimize the Impact of Critical Service Disruptions before Disaster Strikes

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Business Continuity Management

Plan, exercise, and recover from disasters effectively

In these times of uncertainties, enterprises that are not adequately equipped to respond to incidents that threaten their business continuity are prone to losing critical systems, processes, or data in security breaches that could expose the organization to broadly four major threats- violations, damage to reputation, financial risk or injury/loss of life. Business Continuity Management enables your business to stay online and deliver products and services seamlessly even during disruptive situations like natural disasters, cyberattacks, and communication failures.

Business Continuity Management (BCM) is the process of formulating a structured system for preventing and recovering from cyber-security threats and other disasters that may affect business functions. BCM ensures that in the event of a calamity, the necessary procedures are in place to allow your business’s operations and finances to respond and recover from the disruption quickly and optimally.

In the past, ecosystems of internal and external systems that were used to conduct everyday transactional business were highly restricted resulting in a reduced risk of exposure. In the new age organizations, several users must engage with multiple systems from various locations, leveraging information and services contained internally and externally to perform their tasks. This makes resiliency in the cloud a highly crucial factor. When it comes to resilience, most organizations with legacy environments overlook these vital questions:

  • Does your organization have accurately tested data to show how quickly business operations can resume after a disruption?
  • Do you know where your data breach risk resides?
  • Can you measure the extent of the impact on your business in the event of a disruption?
  • Can you quantify the cost of the downtime?

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Your first line of defense

Your first line of defense

Business Continuity Management is a well-defined and essential strategy that ensures service delivery, minimizes losses, and improves productivity. In today’s economy, a strategy that enables a business to quickly recover from downtime or help prevent disaster is not an option, it is a critical factor for business continuity.

Netwoven provides IT security consulting and Business Continuity Management services, which help your business develop flexible end-to-end solutions that maintain the availability of your information system infrastructure, critical data, and core business processes. We are the trusted digital transformation partner for many enterprises in developing applications to manage their Business Continuity Planning (BCP) and Business Impact Analysis (BIA) using the Microsoft 365 platform. Our Business Continuity Management services help you identify and address resiliency synchronization between business processes, applications, and IT infrastructure.

Our BCM solution offers the following aspects:

  • Business Impact Analysis
  • GAP Analysis
  • Business Continuity Planning
  • Exercise Management
  • Crisis Management
  • Improvement Planning
  • Emergency Notifications

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For the Fortune 1000, the average total cost of unplanned application downtime is somewhere between $1.25 billion to $2.5 billion annually, making an average hourly cost of an infrastructure failure about $100,000 an hour, while a critical application failure is about $500,000 to $1 million per hour.
IDCDevOps and the Cost of Downtime, Fortune 1000 Best Practice Metrics Quantified



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