what is Resiliency Strategy?

Resiliency Strategy doesn't prevent identity thieves from thieving or hackers from hacking. It doesn't prevent malware from locking you out of important devices. It doesn't prevent critical data from being lost or corrupted. It doesn't prevent natural disasters from happening. It doesn't prevent key people from leaving. It doesn't prevent your business from being disrupted by unplanned technology events.

Resiliency Strategy is an action plan, often a step-by-step script, that can be followed to get your business back in action as quickly as possible when something unplanned happens, protecting your livelihood, your reputation and that of your clients.

Resiliency Strategy is a plan to protect your business by being prepared for anything.

why is it important to your business?

  • Builds confidence in your clients that you are prepared for unplanned events.

  • Plans succession for key people, consultants and vendors.

  • Nurtures a culture of awareness across departments and specializations, adding value to your people.

  • Identifies, prioritizes and protects critical business assets, processes & functions, even as they change frequently.

  • Determines recovery times to resume fully operational levels for all critical business assets, locations and people.

  • Establishes recovery points and procedures.

  • Designs and delivers a comprehensive recovery strategy.

  • Makes sure each component of the strategy is tested regularly to maintain its value into the future as business grows.

  • Ensures multiple sources of critical supplies, services and processes.

  • Minimizes risk across each line of business, platform and environment, internally and externally.

  • Provides effective tools and training to be prepared to respond quickly when something unplanned disrupts business.

  • Sees that each and every new project includes business resiliency components right from the beginning.

  • Defines the proper network architecture your business needs to succeed and the resources required to simplify and protect it.

  • Addresses capacity planning to keep pace with your business as it grows. 

  • Adds the value of understanding exactly how your business works and as it changes in small and big ways.