Cyber Security, Contingency Planning, Context Maintenance —  they’re all part of Cyber Continuity. When you want to use your computer or device to do something and you can't do it, it doesn't really matter if it's cyber crime, a power failure, or you just plain forgot how to use it. You just want to get your project — be it work or play — back on track.

Cyber Continuity app lets you walk though major challenges so that you understand them, rate your issues for each one on a slider, and make notes to yourself to make things better.

Adjust the sliders to see how your Cyber Continuity score changes. Use the Score popover in the list of challenge areas (at the top right) to look as your overall score. As you work with each particular challenge, the slider shows you the score and its color. The info button at the top right of each challenge provides information about the challenge and what you can do about it.


Cyber Continuity is developed by Jesse Feiler. It draws on projects involving major organizations as well as individual users. These projects have included contingency planning for the Systems Development and Data Processing functions at Federal Reserve Bank of New York; consulting and speaking about the Year 2000 problem; and rescue missions for individuals and organizations who found out about Cyber Continuity when they least expected to learn about it.