Executive Decision Support

During any disruption, Executives need insight into impacts, causality chain, current capabilities
and levels of preparedness to make informed decisions. Business Continuity Planning isn’t just
about Plans – it must also build that information for Executive decision support.


Foundational Data

To keep BCM core data current, data can be sourced from authoritative sources: HR, IT, Vendor Management, Facilities etc. Once validated, these data updates can be automated to effectively add, change and delete functionality - ensuring the integrity of call-trees, Geo-Maps, and CI relations.

Dependency Modeling

Cataloguing dependencies among organizational assets - processes, facilities, people, technology, suppliers and customers - helps analyze upstream & downstream impacts and casualty chains. Modeling also helps identify current capabilities, gaps and potential response strategies.


Whether it is a cyber incident or natural disaster, maps make these incidents easier to visualize. Real-time feeds from NOAA, USG, FEMA or custom KMZ, can be overlaid on organizational GIS maps. These provide executives greater visual access to understand threats and impacts.

Exercise & Training tracking

Incident Response plan exercises are the critical method to identify plan viability and to identify gaps in plans or planning assumption. Historical exercise outcome tracking builds program credibility.
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