ISO 22301 Business Continuity Management Certification

An Integral Part of Your Risk Management Strategy

  Business Continuity: strategic and tactical capability of the organization to plan for and respond to incidents and business disruption in order to continue business operation at an acceptable predefined level.

  Business Continuity Management (BCM): holistic management process that identifies potential threats to an organization and the impacts to business operations that those threats, if realized, might cause, and which provides a framework for building organizational resilience with the capability for an effective response that safeguards the interests of its key stakeholders, reputation, brand and value-creating activities.


 Business Continuity Management Certification enables you to constantly review your risks and readiness to respond to unforeseen events and helps you minimize the impact of business disruptions by:

l  Building a more resilient supply chain

l  Preserving and enhancing your brand

l  Reducing overall costs

l  Ensuring corporate governance and compliance,

l  Creating a climate of confidence with employees, suppliers, outsourcers, stakeholders and customers.

Business Challenge

   Every day our global economy is growing more complex and interdependent.

   Incidents that occur within your own business or ecosystem can slow down or even halt your activity, directly impacting your customers and bottom line.

   This holds true for the ICT services, healthcare, government and finance sectors, as well as manufacturing.

   Anticipating rupture and having a contingency plan in place is essential in order to maintain your business activity no matter what happens

What happened recently in EMEA within a 3 months period ?

   Damage to undersea cables affecting Internet services to India, Bahrain, Egypt, UAE, Saudi Arabia

   Evacuation of over 2700 staff at London Tower Place: suspect vehicle in the car park

   Strikes affecting Public transportation in France, Germany, Hungary, Spain, Greece

   Multiple events - Earthquake, Strikes, Heavy Snow, Bomb Blast, Intermittent power cuts, Fire – affecting Athens, Greece

   Network/Telephony failures affecting UK, Germany, Portugal, Italy, Spain, Switzerland