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ISO business impact analysis technical specification moves a step closer to publication

ISO/PRF TS 22317, the new technical specification for business impact analysis, has reached stage 50.00 in the ISO standards development process.

This means that the technical specification, officially titled ‘Societal security -- Business continuity management systems -- Guidelines for business impact analysis (BIA)’, has had its final draft (FDIS) registered for formal approval .

The next stage is a ballot on the FDIS and, providing sufficient positive votes are received, the technical specification will be approved for publication.

ISO/PRF TS 22317 is being developed by the ISO Technical Committee 292 (Security and Resilience).



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