|Lyndon Bird FBCI|
This represents a significant step forward for the discipline of Business Continuity Management but it also raises a number of questions. Amongst these are the positioning of BS25999 parts 1 and 2, as well as how other national standards bodies in the US, Canada, Australia and Singapore will react to the new ISO.
Many BCI members around the world have made significant contributions to this new standard and the BCI would like to thank them for their hard work in representing both their national standards bodies and (at least indirectly) the BCI in the process.
The BCI are launching an important consultation survey with our global membership to solicit your opinion on the new standard. Watch this space for more news from the BCI Research and Advocacy department.