Business Continuity Consulting

Critical systems and services should be identified according to organizations’ business needs and priorities. With analyses on, for example, to what extent a business interruption can be tolerated, business continuity assessments, actions to be taken in case of interruption, processes to be monitored, and roles and responsibilities should be defined.

Business Continuity Consulting

Business continuity systems:

  • Are generally located either in the same building or in a system room.
  • Take measures against hardware and cabling problems.
  • Generally run on an active-active architecture.
  • Automatically enabled at the time of failure.
  • Have almost zero RTO and RPO times.
01

Global standards

Business continuity consulting involves process design consulting to ensure the continuity of activities organizations undertake in line with their strategic goals and define guides/processes to be followed in case of interruptions in compliance with ISO 27001, ISO 27031 and ISO 22301 standards.

02

Interruption Tolerance

As part of business continuity consulting, critical systems/services are identified in line with organizations’ business needs and priorities; analysis is made on the extent to which systems can tolerate interruptions. Actions to be taken, processes to be followed, and roles and responsibilities in case of an interruption are defined according to the results of the analysis.

03

Business Continuity Guide

The established policies, procedures, and processes serve as a guide to ensure the continuity of organizations’ critical systems. It helps determine how operations linked to critical systems can be continued with no or minimal interruption. Consulting services also include corporate-level managerial recommendations on how the continuity of work performed by business units can be ensured and tests carried out at the time of interruption.

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