RSA Risk Bulletin examines Business Continuity Management and why its so important
Authored by RSA
While insurance cover can offset costs incurred as a result of disruptive incidents, it is not the only mitigation you should rely on. Incidents can also have an impact on areas that are not insured such as your reputation, share price, consumer and market confidence, the cost and distraction of managing the incident and of course there may be other unexpected uninsured costs associated with the incident.
Businesses should implement a robust business continuity management (BCM) framework that helps identify and mitigate risks before they become disruptive, and also enables a timely and effective recovery when they do. Ask yourself the questions in this document, and consider how well prepared your business is to meet disruption, to recover from disruption and to become a more resilient organisation in the process. RSA can help answer all of these questions for you, and can offer assistance in various forms to its clients, so please do not hesitate to contact us for more information.
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