IBM Cloud compliance: ISO 22301
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What is ISO 22301?

ISO 22301: is a set of requirements created by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) for implementing, maintaining and improving a Business Continuity Management System (BCMS)—policies and procedures that help organizations prepare for and respond to threats such as natural disasters and data breaches. 

The standard helps organizations assess their ability to meet their critical business needs and obligations, even during extraordinary and disruptive circumstances. 

An organization that has been formally certified for ISO 22301 has been verified by a third party as having a BCMS that meets or exceeds the requirements of the ISO 22301 standard.


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IBM position

IBM Cloud® infrastructure service’s ISO 22301 certification represents a continuing commitment to organizations’ needs for business continuity capabilities. IBM ISO 22301 certificates are published and generally available. The services listed below are ISO-22301-certified. Services listed below issue ISO certificates at least once each year.

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