Executive Update

Harmonizing Business Continuity, IT Security, and IT Governance

Posted January 25, 2016 | Leadership |

In today’s world of business dependence on technology, it is nearly impossible to separate business continuity planning from information security governance and IT governance. At the same time, many organizations continue to deal with these important issues as separate and distinct activities. Often, business continuity is a business operations responsibility, while information security and technology governance are left to the IT department. Harmonizing these activities can streamline planning, manage costs better, and improve an organization’s ability to react appropriately and quickly when a business-impacting event occurs.

About The Author
Philip Wisoff
Phil Wisoff is a Cutter Expert and a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network. With more than 25 years' experience as a senior IT executive in professional services firms and corporations, Mr. Wisoff's experience and skills enable him to bridge the gap between business management and IT professionals. He has helped numerous enterprises and NGOs/IGOs make the best use of technology, control costs, and manage risks. As a Cutter… Read More
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