Business continuity planning – Take a 360-degree approach to staying operational
Abstract: Decades ago, business continuity planning focused mainly on the sudden loss of a business owner and perhaps what the company might do if its offices burned to the ground. Then technology took over — and planning began to concentrate on how to preserve mission-critical data and reboot networks as quickly as possible. Today’s business continuity plans must take a 360-degree approach to staying operational. This article addresses key aspects of a contemporary continuity plan. A sidebar offers four steps to handling a server breach.