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Business continuity and disaster recovery planning is a key governance responsibility. It is the duty of directors to exercise due care and plan ahead for possible threats, such as natural disasters, terrorism and cyber crime. It has been proven that 80% of organizations with a tried and tested business continuity plan are more likely to survive a major threat, whereas only 20% of those without a business continuity plan are likely to survive.

However, the frightening thing is that 30% of businesses still don’t have a business continuity plan set in place (according to the Business Continuity Institute’s survey). With such high risks at stake and the political and economic climate as it is today, it is more important than ever to ensure your company is entrusted with a strategic business continuity plan.

Our BS25999 BCMS Implementation Toolkit (Download) contains all the templates and tools needed for a BC manager to quickly and effectively implement a business continuity management system in line with BS25999.

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BS25999 BCMS Implementation Toolkit (Download)

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The toolkit contains all the documents that the BS25999-2:2007 has specified as a minimum
requirement (clause, as well as
a number of additional templates and guidance rules.


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This toolkit includes:

  • PDCA guidance
  • A Business Impact Analysis (BIA) Tool
  • A Risk Assessment and Risk Register Tool
  • A BS25999 Gap Analysis/Audit Tool;
  • A BS25999 Induction and Awareness Slide Presentation
  • A BS25999 implementation progress checklist
  • A BS25999 Project Management Implementation Plan

This toolkit also includes electronic versions of the BS25999 A Pocket Guide and Business Continuity and BS25999: A Combined Glossary. You can download this toolkit today, or order it as a CD-ROM version.

Download your BS25999 BCMS Implementation Toolkit today!

Try before you buy: You can download a FREE demo version of the toolkit which is now available!