Business Continuity Plan

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Business Continuity Plan Information is one of the most important assets for organizations, where information systems and availability of these played a strong role for business continuity, so organizations develop and implement what is known and BCP (Business Continuity Plan) in order to maintain the functionality of an organization, to an acceptable minimum level during a contingency. This implies that a BCP should address all preventive measures and recovery when there is a contingency affecting the business. This paper discusses the methodology employed in Planning Business Continuity (BCP: Business Continuity Plannig).Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is the result of applying an interdisciplinary methodology called Culture BCM, used to create and validate logistical plans for the practice of how an organization should recover and restore their critical functions partially or fully interrupted within a predetermined time after an outage or disaster. These plans are called Business Continuity Plans. The logistical plan is called a Business Continuity Plan. In plain language, BCP is how an organization prepares for future incidents that could jeopardize the organization and its long-term basic mission. The incidents include incidents such as building fires, regional incidents like earthquakes, or national incidents like pandemic illnesses. Edit

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