Pivot Point Security Launches New Business Continuity Management Practice Area

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The need for Business Continuity Management (BCM) and IT Continuity Management (ITCM) has become increasingly more important as companies struggle to develop good Disaster Recovery plans. Pivot Point Security, a trusted adviser in the information security space, is formalizing its BCM practice to help current and new clients reach their security goals.

The formalization of the Business Continuity Management and IT Continuity Management practices increases our ability to directly address our clients' attestation needs.

Pivot Point Security, a leading information security assessment firm, has formalized practice areas around Business Continuity Management (BCM) and IT Continuity Management (ITCM). These practice areas address the specific needs of a growing number of businesses that are leveraging more formal types of attestation (e.g., ISO 27001, Shared Assessments Program , SOC 2), in order to demonstrate the business continuity and disaster recovery elements that are integral to these standards.

“These practice areas are a natural extension of our work with clients,” explained John Verry, Pivot Point’s “Security Sherpa” and ISO 27001 Certified Lead Auditor. “As Vendor Risk Management programs mature, the continuity elements of Information Security become more critical components of an Information Security Management System. As ISO 27001 is increasingly the most recognized form of Information Security Attestation, utilizing the ISO standards for Business and IT Continuity is a logical evolution for our clients.”

Pivot Point Security’s Business Continuity Planning practice centers on the ISO 22301:2012 [Societal security – business continuity management systems – requirements] standard, which provides certifiable, best-practice guidance on Business Continuity planning. Likewise, the IT Continuity Planning practice is based on the ISO/IEC 27031:2011 [Information technology – Security techniques – Guidelines for information and communication technology readiness for business continuity] best-practice guidance.

“The formalization of these Business Continuity Management and IT Continuity Management practices reflects the exponential increase in attestation related projects that Pivot Point is involved in,” said Lisa Zorovich, Pivot Point’s Director of Operations. “Creating formal practice areas helps to both structure and tailor our service offerings to directly address the needs of our clients in financial services, government, healthcare, life sciences, energy/utilities, manufacturing and other verticals.”

For more information about these new Pivot Point Security practice areas and related service offerings, please call 1-888-748-6876 or visit http://www.pivotpointsecurity.com/.

About Pivot Point Security
Pivot Point Security delivers maximum levels of objective information security expertise to its diverse client base, spanning market sectors including Nonprofits, Pharmaceuticals, Financials, Telecommunications, and Government. Our policy of not selling product and our absolute focus on our core practice areas ensures the highest possible levels of competence and independence.

From family-run businesses to global enterprises, Pivot Point Security has the right combination of Information Security/Compliance domain expertise, technology industry knowledge and experience, and organizational character to simplify the process of defining and executing on the best course of action -- so you can know you’re secure and prove you’re compliant.


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