〈   Business Continuity
Business continuity at a company: theoretical underpinning

Chapter 1.1

Why draw up a BCP?

Crises often occur at the most difficult and unexpected moments. Today, the interconnection of infrastructures and the importance of networks mean that unpredictable events, or black swans, are becoming more and more frequent. However, if the IT tools do not work, almost all the activity of the company comes to a standstill. That is why a Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is essential.

In some sectors, having a BCP is even a legal obligation. Without any IT infrastructure, any organisation soon stops working properly. For all these reasons, a continuity plan is needed.

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