The Bunker launches business continuity offering
Written by Staff Reporter
Secure data centres and managed services provider, The Bunker has today launched a business continuity planning service.
The Bunker’s new Business Continuity Planning (BCP) service provides customers with an investigation into their potential disruptors and dependencies, and provides recommendations and a crisis management document to mitigate risks and to deal with unplanned disruptions.
For any organisation requiring ISO27001 certified solutions, an auditable business continuity plan is essential. for non-regulated industries, implementing a business continuity plan is increasingly seen as best practice.
To ensure plans retain objectivity, The Bunker works with an independent consultant and member of the BSi’s Associate Consultant Programme for ISO27001 as well as a certified ISO27001 Lead Auditor.
The service is the first in a series of new products and services that The Bunker will be launching to increase the range of core and complimentary data centre services provided to The Bunker’s security conscious customers.
On the product launch, Peregrine Newton CEO of The Bunker commented “We approach risk management from multiple angles and our ultra secure data centres have for a long time kept client’s data safe. Being certified as ISO27001 and PCI DSS compliant ourselves means that we truly understand how processes too must be implemented to reduce a company’s exposure to risk. Business continuity management is a natural extension of our approach to risk management and we are excited to extend our solutions portfolio in this way.”
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