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Managing a Disruption During a Disruption

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Many organisations have activated their business continuity plan in response to the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic and are still operating under temporary measures many months later. Are you prepared if another disruption occurs now?   Planning for Disruptions Having a structured…

Emerging Business Risks from the Coronavirus Lockdown

The Coronavirus lockdown has rapidly changed the way that many businesses operate. Although the threat of a pandemic already appeared on many risk registers and business continuity plans, ‘no plan survives contact with the enemy’. As the lockdown continues there…

Business Continuity Standard ISO 22301 Gets 2019 Update

In October 2019, ISO published an update to ISO 22301 the international standard for business continuity management.   Here’s the main changes and how you can transition to the new edition if you already have ISO 22301 Certification.   Main Changes…

What Are The Requirements of ISO 22301?

ISO 22301 provides the requirements for a business continuity management system which goes beyond just having a plan.   It can be difficult to understand the requirements of international standards without applying them to some context. ISO Consultants such as Assent…

Are these the Toughest ISO Clauses?

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As ISO Consultants we are keen to understand the clauses of ISO Standards that our clients find most challenging, so we can focus our support in those areas. Assent have analysed a sample of over 1,300 anonymised non-conformances from a…

What is ISO 22301?

ISO 22301 is the international standard for business continuity management.  ISO 22301 Goes Further than just a Plan Many organisations have a business continuity plan (BCP), but ISO 22301 takes this further by defining the requirements for a full business…

Supporting PSD2 Compliance with ISO Certification

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The second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) affecting Payment Service Providers came in to force for EU member sates in January 2018, and from mid 2019 the associated Regulatory Technical Standards (RTS) on “Strong Customer Authentication and common and secure communication”. The directive…