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Wednesday, November 14 2018

And so the clocks have gone back - nights are darker, and from a personal standpoint thoughts of Road Safety loom large (if you drive the drizzly M8 corridor, you'll know what I mean!).

So what would happen if an essential staff/project member did have an accident, and was unavailable for days or weeks? I'm sure that contingencies were made months or years ago.... but are they still valid? Are the same people involved? Has access to information been maintained, or have valued documents been locked securely away, looked at once or twice, and then no more - only for locations or passwords to be forgotten?

When was the last time Business Continuity Plans were reviewed - are they still current? Would they still stand up?

Or has all the focus on Cyber threat removed the focus from the other areas of threat?

Time to dust off those plans and schedule a test!

Posted by: Chris AT 08:03 am   |  Permalink   |  2 Comments  |  Email
Yes, I read the blogs!
Posted by Gordon Mackie on 16/11/2018 - 08:36 AM
Lol - I think you are the only one!
Posted by Chris on 16/11/2018 - 10:43 PM

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