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Business continuity management (BCM) and emergency planning are important components of the security strategy. It should be standard practice for every company not only to take preventive measures, but also to be prepared for emergencies and to think ahead about decision-making and communication paths. To this end, you should create emergency plans based on templates and then regularly train these plans as part of a crisis exercise.
There are a number of specialized security providers for the creation of emergency concepts and as organizers of crisis exercises. As a rule, incident response (IR) providers in particular, for example, know their way around this subject area very well. Your existing partner is therefore a good contact. If you still lack contacts here, we will be happy to support you as always with vendor and offer comparisons or directly with our small service package “Help for self-help”. We take you by the hand virtually, provide the important templates and samples and guide you through the creation of plans and concepts. Feel free to contact us for a quote.
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The preparation of emergency plans and crisis scenarios ensures the continuation of your business in case of emergency
Emergency planning and emergency management are an important part of a security strategy to be prepared for emergencies.
An IT emergency plan typically includes defined processes and documentation for all systems, including fixed and tested recovery points and duration, and is embedded in the company’s overall emergency plans. Topics such as call numbers of relevant persons, composition and competencies of the crisis team, and communication with data protection authorities, customers and the public, for example, should be taken into account.
The emergency plan is extended by a restart concept, based on the critical systems and in order to minimize the damage to the company as much as possible. We recommend an exercise with the plans at least once a year.
In the following projects, we have so far sought external providers to accompany companies along the way, with the following main objectives in mind:
- Coordination, organization & communication (crisis team)
- Verification + if necessary improvement of emergency plan
- Business continuity: emergency operation during (partial) IT failure
- IT system recovery of normal operation (within recovery time objective or similar)
- Monitoring / Threat Intelligence
- Forensic analyses
One enhancement we recommend is to have the emergency plan reviewed by an experienced Incident Response (IR) provider to determine if the preparation for cyber emergencies is adequate (specifically, if the IR service provider has access to all necessary information that is urgently needed in the event of an emergency). Furthermore, a planning exercise should be run through with this service provider. An emergency concept should basically be in place. Only then can a targeted exercise be carried out effectively and a gain in knowledge be derived for possible needs for action. If you do not yet have an emergency concept, please do not hesitate to contact us. We at Bosch CyberCompare support you here with customized approaches (“help for self-help”) and the corresponding templates.
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