Business Terms and Jargon Explained

What is Business Continuity Planning

Prepared (and tested) measures for protection of critical business operations from the effects of a loss, damage or other failure of operational facilities which provide crucial functions (e.g. programmes and data). In terms of information security, this comprises backups and archiving, stand-in hardware etc.

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