In business continuity planning, business impact analysis or BIA is possibly the most critical part.
Let’s be honest. Between ‘Risk Evaluation’ and ‘The Science of Danger’, the second name has more star quality.
Where do cyber criminals focus their attacks? On the organisations with the information of most interest or highest worth, naturally enough.
As IT morphs from legacy on-site systems and firewalls to cloud computing, mobility and data-anywhere, it is having to change in terms of agility and security.
Looking at how other enterprises organise their business continuity can be beneficial for two reasons. First, it helps to compare your own preparations with those of another entity.
IT Security perimeters no longer exists, now that mobile and cloud computing are so prevalent. The availability of files and information to employees in the office, on site, on the road or at home is high.