Plans may provide detailed strategies on how business operations can be maintained for both short-term and long-term outages.
A key component of a business continuity plan (BCP) is a disaster recovery plan that contains strategies for handling IT disruptions to networks, servers, personal computers and mobile devices.
Backup tapes were stored at protected sites away from computers.
Recovery efforts were almost always triggered by a fire, flood, storm or other physical devastation.
The plans typically include ways to defend against those risks, protect critical applications and data and recover from breach or failure in a controlled, measurable way.
There’s also the issue of exponentially increasing data volumes.
Also, digital transformation and hyper-convergence creates unintended gateways to risks, vulnerabilities, attacks and failures.
Business continuity plans are having to include a cyber resilience strategy that can help a business withstand disruptive cyber incidents.
Are your employees safe and can you communicate with them?
Unlike some businesses in the area following these historic rainfalls, our people were back up and running in a safe location within seventy-two hours.