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One of the most important elements of a business impact analysis (BIA) or other business continuity planning exercises is identifying each function’s critical records. The survival of your business may depend on the availability of critical records. Without them,...
Recently I had a conversation with the CIO of a midsize law firm that had recently lost quite a bit of work product (and one of its biggest clients along with it) to ransomware because an equity shareholder had fallen victim to spear phishing. He was looking for...
I suspect that most senior executives and managers, especially those directly concerned with operations, probably worry about business continuity just about every waking moment, although they might not think about it that way. But if you ask them, “What keeps you up...