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Business Continuity Plan
It's a management process which identifies threats, impacts and actions that should be taken to minimize financial losses and operation issues, caused by unplanned operational incidents.
How should organizations react to events caused by incidents or technical failures?
Is your organization prepared to react or predict events that harm your operations?


All organizations are more or less likely, susceptible to disruption of their critical activities caused by technology failures, natural events, utility interruptions, etc.

The implementation of a process of Business Continuity Plan is essential to respond effectively to the incident scenarios and keeping live the information technology services considered critical ones. With this strategy it can minimize the financial losses and operational injuries of organizations.

Steps to implement a Business Continuity Plan

Basically the life cycle of a Business Continuity Plan project (PCN) can be defined as follows:



> Program management: responsibilities, how will the continued management of the program and the program's documentation requirements are defined.

> Business impact analysis (BIA): idenfies critical activities, the determination of continuity requirements, risk analysis and the actions that will be taken as the identified risk.

> Create business continuity strategy: the strategies are chosen for people, facilities, technology, information and supplies related to critical processes.

> Development and implementation of the BCP: structuring incident response through the creation of the following plans:

  • Crisis Management Plan
  • Emergency Plan
  • Contingency Plan
  • Restore Plan


 > Tests and organazation awareness


Arbit is prepared to identify all processes that support business operations, analyze the environment and to define strategies for preparation of the Business Continuity Plan for your organization.

Please contact us and request a presentation.

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