Business Continuity Planning Law and Legal Definition

Business continuity planning refers to a planning done in order to safeguard business disruption in case of unforeseen events. It involves the procedures employed for ensuring a timely and orderly resumption of an organization’s business cycles by way of executing plans with minimal or no interruption to time-sensitive business or service operations. A well thought out business continuity plan can make a difference to the business's survival and failure in the event of a crisis.