Getting Started with Resilience Management: new guide published – Continuity Central

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The risk landscape has evolved considerably over the last few years, indicating a need for organizations to move away from rigid, event-based plans to a more holistic, agile, ‘resilience management’ approach that equips effective response and recovery when disruption occurs.
Resilience management helps organizations remove unnecessary boundaries between crisis management, operational resilience, business continuity, and IT disaster recovery to successfully integrate and strengthen readiness and response capabilities.
To help organizations move toward resilience management, Castellan Solutions has published a new guidance document, ‘Getting Started with Resilience Management’.
This is designed to help organizations break down traditional silos to improve readiness and response and build confidence in the resilience of the organization. Included is a five-step framework and worksheet designed to help map an end-to-end view of operations, from suppliers to customers, for each important product and service.
Obtain the guide.
Resilience management is the process of integrating all of an organization’s protective activities under one, clear, management structure. The methodology is subdivided into two areas: readiness and response. Read more here.
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Business continuity can be defined as ‘the processes, procedures, decisions and activities to ensure that an organization can continue to function through an operational interruption’. Read more about the basics of business continuity here.


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