Gap Analysis

Recognising that the independent validation of various Business Continuity Management (BCM) frameworks, tools and initiatives is of great value to organisations seeking to improve their resilience capabilities, ContinuitySA can help you understand to what extent you must adhere to best practice in each aspect of BCM as well as help identify those areas where there are short comings. ContinuitySA offers a suite of BCM Gap Analysis exercises in the following areas:

  • Compliance of an organisation’s current policies and practices or its existing BCM programme with the BCI’s Good Practice Guidelines and BS 25999
  • Non-compliance of an organisation’s current policies and practices or its existing BCM programme with the BCI’s Good Practice Guidelines and BS 25999
  • Corrective actions required to meet the requirements of the BCI’s Good Practice Guidelines and BS 25999
  • Compliance of an organisation current IT Service Continuity framework (including but not limited to data centre facilities) with ISO 27001 and BS 25777
  • Non-compliance of an organisation current IT Service Continuity framework (including but not limited to data centre facilities) with ISO 27001 and BS 25777
  • Corrective actions required to meet the requirements of the BCI’s Good Practice Guidelines and ISO 27001 and BS 25777

The Gap Analyses uncover key issues that will form the basis of a series of improvement actions relating to your implementation strategy and also support the business case for adopting BCM best practice in the areas where deficiencies have been highlighted

With an unrivalled expertise and experience in implementing best practice BCM solutions from both a governance and infrastructure point of view, ContinuitySA is better placed to help you achieve your operational resilience goals.


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