Business continuity consulting services

With business continuity consulting services from N-iX, you can reduce business downtime before, during, and after crisis scenarios. This will strengthen the financial stability of your company and mitigate the risks of your customers turning to competitors.

Ensure high business resilience with N-iX business continuity consulting services

Business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) are essential aspects of organizational resilience, ensuring that businesses can continue operating during and after disruptive events. An effective BCDR strategy will help you minimize downtime, protect your revenue and reputation, meet regulatory requirements, enhance competitive advantage, and support customer confidence.

With {shortcode} years on the market, N-iX has the expertise to develop an effective BCDR strategy tailored to your specific needs. We have successfully delivered over 100 cybersecurity and business continuity projects across various industries, including finance, manufacturing, retail, telecom, and more. N-iX is well-prepared to help you preserve your business and protect it from disaster scenarios.

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Design a solid Business Continuity
and Disaster Recovery strategy

Current State Assessment (CSA)

Evaluate your existing infrastructure, systems, processes, and practices to clearly understand your IT landscape, including strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats.

Business Impact Analysis (BIA)

Identify and analyze key business processes and dependencies on IT services to quantify the financial, operational, and reputational consequences of service disruptions, such as downtime, data loss, or system failures.

Threat and Risk Assessment (TRA)

Analyze potential threats to determine their likelihood, severity, and potential impact on your ability to deliver products or services.

Technology Landscape Analysis

Assess the technological infrastructure and systems that support your operations to acquire a comprehensive understanding of your IT environment, including hardware, software, networks, and data storage.

Business Dependency Mapping (BDM)

Analyze dependencies on personnel, technology, infrastructure, etc., to determine the impact of disruptions to these functions on overall business operations.

Identification of single points of failure

Identify and mitigate components, systems, or processes that, if disrupted, could significantly impact your ability to operate effectively.

Data and configuration analysis for backup

Identify the key data and configurations that require backup to ensure successful recovery during disaster scenarios.

Implementation roadmap design

Acquire a clear and comprehensive step-by-step roadmap that ensures the success of your Business Continuity strategy.

Implement a clear step-by-step Business Continuity Plan

N-iX will help implement your business continuity plan without causing service interruptions or extra expenses. We also make sure that clear and consistent documentation is maintained at all times.

  • Contacting team members
  • Activating the business continuity plan
  • Activating alternative facilities
  • Initiating work-at-home policies
  • Initiating disaster communication plan
  • Damage assessment
  • Considering Recovery Time Objective (RTO)
  • Considering Recovery Point Objective (RPO)
  • Returning team members to original/alternative workplace
  • Infrastructure verification
  • Incident documentation
  • Lessons learned review

Prepare your business for any scenario
with mock disaster exercises

Make sure that your business is prepared to withstand and recover from any
potential crisis. N-iX, together with your senior management and team leaders,
can conduct a wide range of mock exercises to test, refine, support, and improve your business
continuity and disaster recovery strategy.

  • Data loss and backup

    Test machine recoveries, as well as file-level restores to verify the viability of your backups, making sure they can be easily restored during real-world scenarios.

  • Backup failure

    Run different types of tests on your backup chain, such as cloud backup recovery, backup virtualization, backup image export, and more.

  • Backup verification testing

    Incorporate automatic validation of your backup systems to verify that there are no issues that can hinder recovery.

  • Cybersecurity

    Bolster your cybersecurity with security audits, penetration testing, vulnerability assessments, and social engineering tests to protect your business from minor threats and full-blown cyberattacks.

  • Hardware failure

    Evaluate processes aimed at handling hardware failure, such as how you can determine whether the hardware can be salvaged, how quickly you can deploy it in case replacement is required, and what steps you can take to make the process faster.

  • Network interruptions and outages

    Test your preparedness for unexpected network traffic surges or network attacks, the readiness of your IT teams to respond to issues quickly, and your overall network health.

  • Utility outages

    Establish effective practices that help your recovery teams quickly respond to utility outages, such as outage localization, power backup inspection, critical service, and personal prioritization, etc.

  • Workforce interruptions

    Perform routine evaluations of how prepared you are for interruptions in the workforce by testing IT systems and solutions that enable remote work, as well as your ability to relocate operations and maintain critical operations.

  • Cloud environment testing

    Leverage cloud technologies to build and test highly available and fault-tolerant ecosystems that extend the backup and recovery capabilities of the on-premise infrastructure.

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Why choose N-iX business continuity
consulting services?

100+

Completed security and business continuity projects

20+

Security consultants

21

Years of experience

2,200+

tech experts

160+

Active clients

ISO, SOC2, PCI DSS, GDPR

compliance

Our technology leaders

expert

Andriy Varusha

Head of Cloud & Security
expert

Valentyn Kropov

Chief Technology Officer

FAQ

The main goal of business continuity is to bolster the essential company operations in crisis and/or disaster scenarios. Through meticulous planning, a company can sustain operations even with constrained resources or limited access to physical premises. Additionally, business continuity planning helps mitigate potential revenue and reputational setbacks.

Though their names may vary, the three key elements of business continuity include a Disaster response plan, Crisis management processes, and Operation recovery and resolution.
An effective business continuity plan should incorporate strategies or alternative practices to ensure the continuous operation of the business despite disruptions or disasters. For instance, a common continuity strategy many businesses adopted during the pandemic was enabling remote working or work-from-home arrangements.
Business continuity consultants simplify the planning process by offering valuable insights into specific disaster-preparedness requirements of the company. They play a crucial role in implementing various safeguards, including:
  • Recovery protocols;
  • Technological solutions;
  • Testing procedures;
  • Employee training./li>

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