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Introduction of a Business Continuity Management System (BCMS)

Every company must take precautions to minimise potential threats and their impact on business processes. This also includes preventive measures on how to proceed in the event of damage (emergency management). The cornerstone for this is a structured Business Continuity Management System (BCMS). This enables a rapid response to damage events and strengthens the resilience of the company.

Approach

In this context, we offer the following services:

  • Implementation of a BCMS (based on ISO 22301 and/or BSI Standard 100-4)
    • Initialisation and target definition
    • Establishment of a BCM organisation incl. roles and responsibilities
    • Conducting business impact analyses and risk analyses
    • Deriving concrete measures
    • Implementing improvements
  • Use of our BCMS framework based on ISO 22301 and BSI Standard 100-4, among others
  • Linking different disciplines in the company with the BCMS
    • Emergency/crisis management in the company
    • Incident management
    • IT emergency management / IT service continuity management (ITSCM)
    • ISMS
    • Other management systems, e.g: ISO 9001