As more businesses leverage remote, mobile, and temporary workforces, the elements of business continuity planning are evolving and requiring that IT professionals look deep into the nuts and bolts of connectivity.
CISOs and their team members are facing new challenges each and every day, many of which have been driven by digital transformation, as well as the adoption of other productivity-enhancing technologies.
A case in point is the rapidly evolving need to support remote and mobile users as businesses change how they interact with staffers.
For example, the recent COVID-19 crisis has forced the majority of businesses worldwide to support employees that work from home or other remote locations.
Many businesses are encountering numerous problems with connection reliability, as well as the challenges presented by rapidly scaling connectivity to meet a growing number of remote workers.
Add to that security and privacy issues, and it becomes evident that CISOs may very well face what may become insurmountable challenges to keep things working and secure.
It is the potential for disruption that is bringing Business Continuity Planning (BCP) to the forefront of many IT…