Business Continuity Planning Must Extend To Vendors

Hoge, John
February 2005
Bank Technology News;Feb2005, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p47
Trade Publication
Reports on the adoption of Business Impact Analysis (BIA) by some technology vendors in the U.S. Use of BIA to assess the severity of business functions supported by various business units within their companies; Importance of BIA in allowing businesses tailor a recovery plan to meet the recovery requirements of each unit; Emphasis of technology companies in the lead of business continuity and disaster recovery on testing and addressing their own operational risk.


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