ISO 22301
An international standard for business continuity management systems (BCMS) that was introduced on May 15, 2012. The ISO 22301 standard defines necessary requirements for management systems.
 BS 25999
A standard for business continuity management systems that was introduced by the British Standards Institution (BSI). BSI first issued guideline standards in 2006 (part1), followed by specification standards in 2007 (part 2). Until the ISO 22301 standard was introduced this year, BS 25999 was treated as the substantive international standard for business continuity management systems.
 BSI Group Japan K.K.
BSI Group Japan is the Japanese subsidiary of the British Standards Institution (BSI), which was established in 1999. While mainly focusing on providing certification services and training courses for medical equipment, BSI Group Japan offers a wide range of services pertaining to standards, including standard development support. For certification services for management systems, BSI Group Japan is one of the examining authorities that provide most of the standard certification services in Japan.
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Date: 27 August, 2012
City: Tokyo and Kawasaki
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