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URM is pleased to provide a FREE 30 minute consultation on Transitioning to ISO 27001:2022 for any UK-based organisation. Once an enquiry form has been submitted, we will be in touch to understand the nature of your enquiry and to book a mutually convenient time for a 30-minute consultation slot with one of URM’s specialists.

ISO 22301 Gap Analysis

Tailored solutions utilising highly experienced, skilled and pragmatic business continuity and risk management practitioners.

ISO 22301 Gap Analysis

Typically, URM conducts a BC gap analysis against ISO 22301, which is widely regarded as representing established best practice.  The gap analysis is conducted through a combination of BCMS documentation review (e.g., BC policy, business impact analysis (BIA) and risk assessment, BC strategy/plans / procedures, exercising programme, audit plan etc) and interviews with those individuals who are responsible for the organisation’s business continuity management (BCM) approach.  The objective of the gap analysis is to identify those areas where best practice is currently being met and for those areas where your organisation is not currently compliant, URM will recommend the most suitable remediation approach.

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Why URM?

Track record

Our steady organic growth over two decades as a consultancy and training organisation is based on our reputation for delivering high quality, tailored solutions utilising highly experienced, skilled and pragmatic business continuity and risk management practitioners.  For those looking to certify to ISO 22301, our ISO certification track record is second to none with over 400 successful certifications and no failures.  We also guarantee you a successful result should you engage URM to help you achieve ISO 22301 certification.

Tailored solutions

With our ‘getting the balance right’ approach URM’s goal is to ensure that your BC is appropriate to the amount and type of impact that is acceptable to your organisation following a disruption.  It is important to note that no two BCMS’ will be the same, due to differences in organisational and industry requirements, risk appetites, products and services provided, processes employed, size and structure of the organisation, the requirements of interested parties and, in some cases, legal and regulatory obligations.

URM will ensure your BC strategy and plans will be tailored to your organisation, and reflect how you work, the terminology you use and be integrated into business as usual.

Knowledge transfer

URM’s consultants have extensive experience as both business continuity managers and in their role as consultants advising organisations on BCM best practice.  A key benefit of working with URM is our ‘real world’ knowledge transfer philosophy and training expertise which will enable you to manage and improve your BC without having to rely on ongoing external consultancy assistance.

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