TalPoint provides Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery implementation services for organizations looking to ensure that their critical business operations and supporting applications continue to function in the event of a disaster. Plans are based on the ISO 22301 standard which can also be used to ensure compliance against numerous frameworks that require business continuity and disaster recovery planning and management.
Who Can Use This?
Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery planning can benefit any organization, as it ensures that an organization has assessed its risk to critical business processes and supporting IT infrastructure and planned for potential interruptions to those processes and infrastructure. Many cybersecurity frameworks (SOC 2, ISO 27001, PCI, etc.) require organizations to perform these types of critical planning activities as part of their compliance requirements. TalPoint Experts use a proven program to assess the criticality of an organization’s processes and applications and create a custom plan to ensure that recovery activities occur in a timely manner and minimize potential disruption.
- Implementation of a Business Impact Assessment (BIA) program to determine criticality of business processes and supporting IT infrastructure
- Implementation of TalPoint proprietary controls as part of a BC/DR framework
- Identification of risks to recovery operations
- Creation of an annual testing process of critical business processes and supporting infrastructure
- Creation of an internal audit to test relevant controls
Additional add-on services include:
- Implementation of TalPoint policy set
- Managed ongoing testing services
- Technical assessment of environment(s) for recoverability
Services are delivered remotely by experienced TalPoint experts. On-site services can be delivered at an additional cost to accommodate necessary travel and expenses.
Services are delivered at a Fixed-Price model and based on defined outcomes. Exact pricing is dependent upon the number of business processes and supporting IT infrastructure being assessed.