GlobalSUITE’s technological continuity software® facilitates the implementation, management, maintenance and deployment of Business Continuity Management Systems in accordance with ISO 22301 and ISO 27031 in the face of any aspect related to business continuity and disaster recovery. A platform that allows you to have your information systems ready to ensure the survival of your business in case of incidents or disasters.
GlobalSUITE® at a glance
Thanks to GlobalSUITE’s integrated approach®, the solution’s foundation can be leveraged to grow with the different modules and tools that make up the platform, thereby taking advantage of synergies and corresponding cost and time savings. The platform can be licensed in an integrated form or separately from each of its products.
Solve common problems of technological continuity
It allows you to formally define the scope and objectives, the committees and people involved,perform an initial GAP to see the level of maturity in technological continuity of your organization, etc.
Collaborative work between technology continuity managers
The BIA and the documentation of the plans themselves are fundamental parts in the implementation of a Technological Continuity Management System (SGCT). In addition. can be done in a distributed and collaborative manner between different business unit managers.
Consulting and Auditing of Technology Continuity
Do your business processes depend on technology?
The continuity of your business depends on the continuity of your technology. Having a Technological Continuity Management System (SGCT) based on the international standard ISO 27031 will allow you to have the maximum guaranteethat that your activities will not be interrupted by possible drops of your information systems. In today’s organizations, technological continuity is a strategic element that must be developed as a top-level business objective.
Our team has more than 15 years of experience and is made up of:
Lawyers and engineers
Lead Auditor, ISO 27001, ISO 20000, ISO 22301, Lead Implementer.
CISA, CISM, CGEIT, CRISC
PMP, ITIL, CDPP, COBIT 5 Foundations
Having a Technological Continuity Management System (SGCT) based on the international standard ISO 27031 will allow you to have the maximum guaranteethat that your activities will not be interrupted by possible drops of your information systems.
In today’s organizations, technological continuity is a strategic element that must be developed as a top-level business objective.
The phases of the project for the implementation of its SGCT are:
- Initial evaluation and establishment of the SGCT.
- Business Impact Analysis (BIA) and Technology Continuity Risk Analysis and Management.
- Strategies for continuity and implementation and operation of the SGCT.
- Policies and Procedures.
- Training Plans.
- Testing, Validation and Monitoring of the SGCT.
Also remember that we can align ISO 27031 with ISO 22301, ISO 20000, ISO 27001, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, among others.
The implementation of the SGCT in your organization has the following benefits:
- Improves your organization’s image.
- Improved incident response in information systems that may lead to process shutdown.
- Higher quality of its services.
- Satisfaction of its customers.
- Availability of your technological processes.
- Lower cost of incidents or disasters.
The key to SGCT implementation projects is business impact analysis. If this BIA has not yet been realized it will be part of the implementation project. Once the analysis is done, we will have concrete data on how long we can be without providing operation of the technological processes, what activities would be affected and what will be the impacts (economic, image, legal, operational, etc.) that could affect us.
In a draft implementation of a GST there is one phase that stands out above the others: the testing of the plans. Being technological environments that support much of the organization (sometimes the entire organization needs information systems directly),it is imperative to define a testing program that ensure that systems can be recovered in times defined and approved by management, taking into account the consequences that a greater disruption could have than anticipated and by focusing the evidence on it.
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