To BIA or not to BIA... revisited: interim survey results

Published: Monday, 20 May 2019 07:40

In June 2017 Continuity Central published the results of a survey which looked at whether attitudes to the business impact analysis and risk assessment were changing. Two years on, we are repeating the survey to determine whether there has been any development in thinking across the business continuity profession. The survey closes on May 31st, and the interim results can now be viewed.

The original survey was carried out in response to calls by Adaptive BC for the removal of the business impact analysis and risk assessment from the business continuity process.

The interim results of this year’s survey are as follows:

Do you think that it is possible to omit the risk assessment from the business continuity process?

Do you think that it is possible to omit the business impact analysis from the business continuity process?

Thinking about compliance with the business continuity standard you are most familiar with which comes closest to your view:

Please take part in the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/BIAandRA

Read the results of the original survey.