At some point, all businesses will experience major disruptions or a disaster that will affect employees and their ability to work. These disruptions could be anything from a natural disaster, such as a fire or flood, to a cyberattack, such as ransomware or distributed denial of service. Regardless of what the disruption is, businesses must have plans, policies and technologies in place to ensure they can bounce back as quickly as possible. This is the goal of business continuity and disaster recovery. Whilst these two concepts have elements in common, there are also key differences as each performs a specific goal. In this article, we will discuss the key similarities and differences between the two and how businesses can be prepared, no matter what. What is Business Continuity? Business continuity is a broad plan of how a business will continue…