Business Continuity Management Methodology

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This tool highlights seven phases of the business continuity management methodology, describing its benefits and the Protiviti approach.

Protiviti defines business continuity management (BCM) as the development of strategies, plans and actions that provide protection or alternative modes of operation for activities or business processes which, if they were to be interrupted, might otherwise bring a seriously damaging or potentially fatal loss to the enterprise. BCM is a companywide process consisting of three primary components: crisis management (to include crisis communications), business process recovery planning and IT disaster recovery planning. BCM is a process rather than a one-time event.

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