Business Continuity

The ability of an organization to successfully recover from a disaster is directly related to the degree of business continuity planning that takes place before the disaster. Studies have shown that two out of five businesses lacking a Business Continuity plan will go out of business within five years of experiencing a major disruptive event. Business continuity planning will help you avoid market share loss, protect your brand, maintain customer loyalty, and improve overall communications within your organization and with customers, suppliers, vendors, and key stakeholders.




DOD Cybersecurity

DOD Cybersecurity

If you are a DOD contractor and you are not complying with DFARS/NIST 800-171 your business is at risk!

DFARS 252.204-7009(b)(5) states that noncompliance can lead to criminal, civil, administrative, or contract penalties. These consequences may include: Breach of Contract damages, False Claims Act damages, Liquidated Damages, Termination for Default, Termination for Convenience, Poor Past Performance, Suspension/debarment. The University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services uses a multi-step process to provide professional assessment and implementation of your company’s cyber security practices. 

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