SIA survey shows more dispersal of BCP efforts across firms


NEW YORK -- The Securities Industry Association (SIA) has released preliminary results of its 2003 Business Continuity Benchmarking survey, showing that SIA member firms are more aware of business continuity planning (BCP) beyond technology departments, and that senior managers and individual business lines have each taken more responsibility for BCP initiatives.

Presented at the SIA’s Business Continuity Planning Conference and Exhibit last month in New York, the 2003 survey was sent out to all

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