Don’t Let a Disruption Cause Destruction

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Expect the Unexpected

Power outages, natural disasters, global pandemics, economic crashes. We don’t mean to sound dramatic, but disaster can strike at any moment. You can’t predict the future — unless you’re a true seer, in which case, good for you — but you can be ready for anything by creating business continuity plans in Risk Cloud®.

Business Continuity Management Applications

Plan for the Unknown: Make sure that no matter the disruption, you and your team are ready to go with an action plan. The ready-to-use Business Continuity Applications in the Risk Cloud platform help you plan, communicate, and track your response processes, so when disaster strikes, you’re ready. Choose the Application that best meets your business’s needs, customize the workflows, then start planning for anything and everything.

Business Continuity Management

In the event of a significant business disruption you need a plan for protecting your most valuable assets. Create, communicate, and track crisis and disaster response workflows with the Business Continuity Procedure Tracking Application and Business Continuity Plan Management Application.

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Incident Management

This centralized database provides a single view where you can track incidents and their resolutions, set up communication protocols for when an incident happens, then automate that communication to ensure incidents are resolved fast.

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Business Impact Analysis

How will your business fare in the event of a disaster? Find out with this Risk Cloud Application. Determine which areas could be impacted by outages, then prioritize critical assets and document contingency plans to eliminate potential downtime.

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