ISO 22301

Business Continuity: Prepare for disaster, recover faster

As every manager knows, a disaster can occur when you least expect it, and can take many forms – from fires and floods to IT failures and cyber attacks. Each has its own set of consequences but what they have in common is their potentially devastating impact on the running of your business.

Returning to business-as-usual as soon as possible is naturally your priority, and having a solid business continuity plan in place will make a huge difference in your ability to achieve this.

Don’t leave business continuity solely to the IT department; your plan should be business-focused and thoroughly tested. Many businesses do not have the time or expertise to do this, which is where Dionach comes in.

What we do

You may require support with business continuity as part of an ISO 27001 implementation, or you may wish to work towards ISO 22301 certification.

In both cases, Dionach uses ISO 22301 as the framework for business continuity management which ensures your plans follow best practices and align to the standard’s requirements.

Our consultants can help to create a business continuity plan, a full management system or test the effectiveness of your existing plans and processes.



We deliver the whole spectrum of cyber security services, from long-term, enterprise wide strategy and implementation projects to single penetration tests.

Our team works with you to identify and assess your organisation’s vulnerabilities, define enterprise-wide goals, and advise how best to achieve them.

Our recommendations are clear, concise, pragmatic and tailored to your organisation.

Independent, unbiased, personalised – this is how we define our services. We guide you to spend wisely and invest in change efficiently.

Find out how we can help with your cyber challenge



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