By Ross Ladley, Avalution Consulting
Originally posted on Avalution Consulting’s Business Continuity Blog
Business continuity is an often talked about risk management practice, especially with what appears to be an ever increasing number of serious disasters, including Superstorm Sandy, the California wildfires, and the Japanese Tsunami – and that’s only natural disasters! Disruptive incidents can stem from major events such as these, but they can also originate from events that are far less visible and widespread, including sprinkler malfunctions, power outages, supply shortages, and an IT disruption.
This perspective discusses why organizations make the decision – or should make the decision – to invest in business continuity planning....