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Risky Thinking
Tools and Ideas for Risk Management and Business Continuity
28 August, 2016

Business Continuity Tools

Plan424 Mobile
Business Continuity

It's vital that your staff know what to do immediately when an incident happens. Plan424 puts your business continuity plan where it's needed — on your employees' smartphones. Designed “ground-up” for the modern mobile environment, Plan424 features pre-written team plans that you can easily adapt to meet your needs. Find out more about Plan424.

Risk Assessment Toolkit It's a lot of work keeping track of activities, resources, and dependencies to create a Business Impact Analysis , a Risk Register, or a Disruption Timeline. The Risk Assessment Toolkit makes life a lot easier, particularly if you are not satisfied with a purely qualitative analysis. It also provides a wealth of additional information to help you allocate budgets or manage a disruption.
Find out more about the Risk Assessment Toolkit.

Ideas and Resources

BCP / DRP Articles
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The Risky Thinking Newsletter is read by industry professionals worldwide interested in risk, business continuity, and disaster recovery. The Risky Thinking Blog provides additional insights and commentary. We also have a widely referenced risk glossary and a selection of online tools.
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We can help you develop, maintain, and test your business continuity plan. We pay very close attention to your needs, and work closely with you to develop a cost-effective and practical solution. Contact us to learn more.

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