Business Continuity Management History

Business Continuity Management History

DRI and BCI are established in 1988 and 1994 respectively.

NIST published the first Contingency Planning Guide for Federal Information Systems in 2002, which addresses system disruptions and introduces business continuity and organizational resilience planning. It was revised in 2010.

BS 25999 was a Business Continuity Management (BCM) standard published by the British Standards Institution (BSI). It was withdrawn in 2012 (part 2) and 2013 (part 1) following the publication of the international standards ISO 22301:2012.

ISO 22301 was revised in 2019, and ISO 22313, the guidance on the use of ISO 22301, was revised in 2020.

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