Business Continuity Planning

Business Continuity Planning (BCP) refers to the analysis of threats to business continuity and the activities required to allow key business functions to continue while the Disaster Recovery activities are undertaken. It is a set of published and agreed steps to be taken to recover the required technology needs in the event of disaster. It is a plan to continue operating a business.


It is the process a company builds to create a prevention and recovery system from potential threats such as natural disasters or cyber-attacks. The BCP is designed to protect personnel and assets, and make sure they can function quickly when disaster strikes.


NST has vast experience in delivering and executing BCPs. We have planned many BCPs over the years, all to ITIL standards, and we regularly drive annual tests to confirm validity of these plans. In fact, some of these BCPs are built to the highest standard available (for Credit Unions and Banks), as specified by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).


BCP is intimately related to Disaster Recovery, and as such both need to be taken into account.

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