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In today’s business environment, organisations need to be prepared for a wide range of potential crises. These range from extreme weather conditions, product recalls, corporate malfeasance, cyberattacks or even acts of terrorism. The only thing that will be certain is that a crisis will hit without warning. Regardless of how

To determine the relationship between Business Continuity Management (BCM), Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP) and Crisis Management, these first need to be defined. BCM is the process of planning for disruptive incidents so that any damage and down time resulting from the incident, will not have extensive impact on the business.

Business disruptions can happen anywhere, anytime, in any location. Bad weather, interruptions in the supply chain, systems hacking, disruption to utilities, pandemics, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions or even political events beyond the organisation’s control – all these are major disrupters of business. They cannot be predicted but businesses have to be

“Down Time” inevitably means lost revenues, delays, disruptions and complications in the future. Lost revenues mean reduced profits, and a decrease in the value of the business. A business continuity plan is essential because in today’s frenetic, globalised world, the Butterfly Effect is ever present. Businesses stand to fail if


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