Business continuity (BC)

Business continuity (BC) refers to the ability of an organization to maintain its operations and critical functions in the event of a disruption or disaster. It involves developing and implementing strategies and plans to ensure that an organization is able to recover from an incident and continue to function as normally as possible.

Business continuity planning typically involves identifying the critical functions and processes of an organization, and developing strategies to ensure that these functions and processes can continue to be carried out in the event of a disruption. This may involve developing backup plans, establishing contingency arrangements, and implementing measures to minimize the impact of a disruption.

Business continuity planning is an important aspect of risk management and is designed to help organizations minimize the impact of disruptions on their operations and stakeholders. By developing and implementing effective business continuity plans, organizations can ensure that they are able to recover from disruptions and continue to provide essential products and services to their customers and stakeholders.




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