Security Risks of Talent Shortage

Security Risks of the Talent Shortage whitepaper
Solving the challenges of business continuity and disaster recovery teams

In 2020, 1 in every 6 outages cost enterprises $6 million.
 
 

What is Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery?

Business continuity and disaster recovery are related concepts but they are not interchangeable.
 
Disaster recovery refers to getting critical IT infrastructure back up and running fast enough to minimize business impact.
 
Business continuity refers to getting the entire business back up and running. That includes everything from a company’s critical e-commerce operation to its marketing department’s content calendars.
 
Talent is the biggest enabler of a business continuity and disaster recovery program.

But it’s also the biggest roadblock. As our previous Hays research reports and Salary Guides reveal, there’s a tremendous talent shortage in the tech industry, and it contributes to the difficulty companies have recruiting business continuity and disaster recovery specialists. Moreover, competing for talent with other companies pushes salaries past the budget of most companies.

What you'll learn in this whitepaper:

  • Who enterprises should call in the case of an emergency

  • What a Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery team looks like

  • The chicken-Egg paradox of Business Continuity 

  • How recruitment partners can accelerate BCDR efforts

Take the first step by getting a copy of the report today to learn more about these challenges and how Hays can help you solve them.

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