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Business resilience planning is a critical tool for all organizations to use to ensure they are prepared for threats and disasters such as pandemics and data breaches. Like many of our customers and partners, we’ve increased our focus not only on our own resilience planning, but also on that of our vendors and supply chain during the COVID-19 crisis.
I thought it would be helpful to capture and document the processes and services we’re using as an organization in order to demonstrate our continued operations after such an impactful event. As such, I’ve recorded a brief, five-minute video that summarizes best practices in building a business resilience and continuity plan.
Here's what's covered in this 5-minute video:
Here are some best-practice processes and services Prevalent is using to demonstrate our continued operations during the COVID-19 crisis.
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