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BCI Report: ISO 22301
Monday, 03 September 2012 14:20

ISO 22301 is set to drive international acceptance of business continuity management and triple certification levels in the next three years.

The latest survey from the BCI on the newly released international standard for business continuity, ISO 22301, reveals it's potential to be a real game changer on the international scene.

The ISO 22301 pulls together a number of existing standards, guides of practice, industry regulations and statutory requirements and provides a single common and global approach to business continuity management.

Key findings from the survey show

  • 85% of respondents felt the primary benefit of the ISO would be to provide a common language for international working with customers, suppliers and within their organisation
  • Certification levels are expected to treble over the next three years, as 67% of respondents seek to align to the new ISO
  • Respondents in Asia, Middle East and Africa were particularly enthusiastic about the new ISO standard

Commenting on the publication, Lyndon Bird, Technical Development Director at the BCI states "we should not underestimate the value of a common international language in supporting the adoption of business continuity management. The enthusiasm that is greeting this standard in Asia, Africa and the Middle East is a great sign of the importance of BCM around the world".


 

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