Business Continuity Plan
Between legal compliance and operational insurance,
business continuity is a standard for good governance today
Customer challenges
  • A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) must accomplish the following:

    • Insure the business at all times and cope with more and more frequent disasters, hard to manage and publicised in the media.
    • Choose the most suitable solutions and control recurring and  investment costs. 
    • Integrate BCP into your corporate culture and drive the change management.
    • Reassure partners (authorities, customers, suppliers, etc.) of your company's resilience in the case of a major disaster.

    A company's business continuity is a complex process that requires a strong understanding of business issues, awareness of major risks, and mastery of technical, logistical and contractual relief solutions.  It also requires the establishment of a risk culture at every level of the organisation.

    We have helped more than 300 clients in the definition, implementation and testing of their business continuity plans and have references from following sectors: banking, insurance, pharmaceuticals, public sector, telecom, services, retail, industry and IT services.

    Framing study PCA (analysis of needs, impacts and major risks; technical and economic study of solutions):

    • Implementation of backup solutions
    • Formalisation of organisational, functional and technical procedures
    • Definition of the principles of governance and organization
    • Organisation of tests and recurring exercises
    • Training / Certification ISO 22301
Case studies
  • Devoteam helped Docapost DPS to achieve the renewal of an international security certification for their Dematerialization Department
    Docapost Document Process Solutions (DPS) is a subsidiary of the French company La Poste that is number one in France to provide a complete panel of solutions to manage the dematerialization of papers or to monitor and archive digital documents.
  • Steering a French Bank transformation project in order to comply with Basel III requirements
    Basel III established a new set of global standards for capital adequacy and liquidity for banking organisations. Although principally aimed at banks, these standards apply to certain other types of financial institutions as well (e.g. EU investment firms). The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision developed Basel III to supplement and, in certain respects, replace the Basel II standards. The core elements of Basel III were finalized at the international level in 2010.
At a glance
  • We support major alarms:

    • Crisis management
    • Continuity of business operations
    • Disaster recovery
    • Logistics emergency
    • Tests and rescue exercises
    • Operational maintenance
  • Risk Management
    An effective risk governance allows businesses to be at the forefront of their strategic opportunities by adapting their business models to the market
  • Governance & Architecture
    Assist our customers to design asset security
  • Security compliance
    Ensure that your information privacy and security is aligned with risks, standards, baselines, regulations and laws applicable to your organisation
  • Business Continuity Plan
    Between legal compliance and operational insurance, business continuity is a standard for good governance today
  • Security Services
    Balancing safety, design and implementation while ensuring the success of complex projects.