RSA Archer Business Continuity Management
RSA Archer Business Continuity Management provides a centralized, automated approach to business continuity and disaster recovery planning, allowing you to respond swiftly in a crisis to protect your operations.
This web-based software combines business continuity, disaster recovery, and crisis management into a single governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) system. Assess the criticality of your business processes and technologies and develop business continuity and disaster recovery plans using automated workflow for testing and approval. Then manage plan execution and communication in a crisis to minimize harm to your employees, customers, reputation, and operations.
- Efficiency – Relate individual business-impact and environmental-risk analyses, recovery strategies, procedures, and tasks to multiple business continuity and disaster recovery plans.
- Savings – Provide rapid access to recovery strategies, procedures, and tasks to minimize the length of process and technology outages and reduce costs.
- Best-practice approach – Align business continuity with the BS 25999 standard NIST Contingency Planning Guide for Information Technology Systems and the DHS National Incident Management System (NIMS) framework.
- Time to value – Implement out of the box with predefined access roles, workflows, reports, and dashboards or tailor through point-and-click configuration.
- Flexibility – Choose an on-premise or software-as-a-service (SaaS) deployment and move between environments as your needs change.
RSA Archer Business Continuity Management Mobile Application
The RSA Archer BCM Mobile Application for Apple iPhone and Apple iPad synchronizes with the RSA Archer Business Continuity Management module, enabling users to view business-continuity or disaster-recovery plans and associated strategies, tasks, calling trees, and requirements from their Apple iOS device. The mobile application supplements hard-copy plans when a user may not have access to their RSA Archer instance. If the data center goes down during a disaster or crisis, the end user will still have access to plans, ready to take action.