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Resilience and recovery

What happens if your systems are unavailable for a period of time? Disaster recovery and business continuity planning are well established areas of practice.

The concept of cyber-resilience is gaining traction, particularly with critical infrastructure systems, and looks more broadly at crisis management, as well as the robust design of systems, to ensure that operations can continue in the event of a major cyber incident.

This section brings together articles to help businesses cope with the loss of systems.

Disaster recovery - April 2010

This article takes a timely look at the importance of IT Continuity Management and its relationship with Business Continuity Management (BCM), its corporate benefits, key business drivers and milestones in the process, the current threats to operations, and the impact it is having on the resilience agenda.