Any incident, large or small, natural, accidental or deliberate could result in severe disruption to your organisation. Time spent now can prevent that disruption turning into a disaster for your business.
Business Continuity Management (BCM) is about planning to ensure that your business can return to "business as usual" as quickly and as painlessly as possible in the event of a disruption.
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Has your business or organisation been the victim of a computer virus or data security breach in the last 12 months?
If so, you're not alone. Two-thirds of organisations have experienced at least one cyber security incident during the last year according to the BCI Cyber Resilience Report 2016.
Between May 15-19 the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) is running their annual Business Continuity Awareness Week, and this year the theme will be cyber resilience and data breaches.
Throughout the week a number of webinars will be available on subjects on cyber contingency planning, how to keep data safe, supply chain cyber resilience and managing communications during a cyber attack.
19 webinars are available and all are free of charge.
You can register to participate by going to http://www.thebci.org/index.php/bcaw-home where you will also find free resources to learn more about cyber attacks and how you can protect your business against threats, together with promotional posters to raise awareness around the office and on social media.