businesses share similar risks of loss due to natural and manmade disasters.
Check your recovery plan often to make sure it addresses these critical areas.
1) All probable scenarios. Identify, prioritize and
detail responses for each likely disaster.
2) A BIA. A business impact analysis
spells out events’ potential financial, legal and operational effects.
3) People. Name specific individuals (and their contact
info) who are essential in responding to and recovering from disasters.
4) Updates. Omitting technologies and
applications that are actually deployed will doom your plan to failure. Refresh
it after major changes to any internal systems.
5) Clear priorities. Sensitive assets, proprietary
resources and IP trump other kinds of information. Secure them first.
6) Drills. Test DR plan and responder
effectiveness through regular disaster simulations.
7) Evaluate DRaaS. Though attractive, a
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