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Virtual Corporation has designed and implemented Business Continuity Plans (BCPs) for many financial and banking clients.  From resilience and recovery planning, cybersecurity, building engagement, training & testing, we help keep our clients’ organizations prepared and ready to respond at all times. Our goal is to ensure continuous business operations and service with the least possible impact in the event of any type of emergency, business disruption or other unforeseen circumstances. 

Our plans address the key elements of Life Safety, Business & Technology Recoverability & Risk (both internal & external). These plans help our financial clients ensure that their customers have access to their funds and securities-related data during all significant business disruptions (SBDs). This includes local or regional events such as natural disasters, fires, power outages, acts of malice, & technical or infrastructure disruptions. Virtual Corporation’s continuity plans cover disruptions ranging from building-specific events, such as an isolated technology problem or fire to regional issues such as earthquakes & hurricanes.

Virtual Corporation has deep connections across the financial and insurance sectors, ensuring that we stay on top of the latest developments in business impact analysis (BIA) and all organizational resilience related standards.

 

Business continuity management (BCM) solutions compliant with Federal Financial Institution’s Examination Council (FFIEC), Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), Financial Services Authority (FSA) & more.

Sustainable Planner is scalable for optimal use by financial organizations of any size and consists of:

  • Specific scenarios of disruption
  • Steps to continue business during a disruption
  • Intended response & recovery
  • Business continuity plan (BCP) training
  • Business impact analysis (BIA)
  • Comprehensive administrative dashboard
  • Roles based templates and user interfaces
  • Automated BCP and disaster recovery plan (DRP) generator
  • Self-directed exercise for testing an implemented continuity plan