What is ISO?
ISO (International Organization for Standardization) is a team of representative from different national standards organizations having an aim to provide the international coordination and unification of industrial standards. There are 162 member countries which has developed over 20000 standards set covering everything from manufactured products and services.
ISO 22301 – Societal Security -
Business continuity management systems – Requirements
ISO 22301 is related to establishment and maintenance of an effective business continuity management system (BCMS) for any organization, regardless of type or size. Business continuity and disaster recovery are essential when responding to natural disaster, unintentional human act and technical failures that affected the business of the organization. Government and Regulators identify the roles of the business continuity to mitigate the effect of disruptive incidents on society.
In 2003, BS 25599 standard published by British standards institution for business continuity management. In 2012, BS 25599 was replaced by ISO 22301. ISO 22301 has some new addition as compare to BS 25999 and some topic omitted which doesn't affect the overall practice and process of business continuity management.
ISO 22301: 2012 works on PDCA Principle. It's applied to all the process and BCMS as a whole for continuous improvement
There are several steps which every organization should follow for successful implementation of ISO 22301:2012
In the event of business disruption due to unwanted incidents, BCMS helps to top management to perform impact analysis of disruptive incidents on business.
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