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The Rise of “Quick and Dirty” DR Testing 

MHA Consulting

Reading that now was like looking at a message in a bottle written a hundred years ago.

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The Four Phases of Disaster Recovery

MHA Consulting

Identify the potential processing impacts at the alternate site. Determine whether a restoration at the alternate site is necessary. Depending on when services can be restored at the primary location, it might not make sense to perform a recovery at the alternate site.

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The RAAC Crisis – What Can We Learn?

Plan B Consulting

It was initially driven by a response to the London bombings by the IRA, and organisations embraced the new concept of work area recovery to ensure they had an alternative site to move to. Until COVID-19, the loss of a building was the primary concern for business continuity.

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Active Directory and Single Sign On (SSO) in Business Continuity

Kings Bridge BCP

This limits your work from home (or work from alternate sites) recovery strategy. Often this place is on a physical server at your office building, in a data center, or hosted in the cloud. It doesn’t matter were your AD server is; if your computer can’t access it, you can’t log in for work.

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Have Cyber Attacks Killed People?

Plan B Consulting

In many countries, healthcare is under strain, and with the added complication of a cyber attack where staff can lose access to records, notes, their normal operating systems and have to divert patents to alternative sites, it is much more likely for them to make mistakes, leading to increased mortality.

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Have Cyber Attacks Killed People?

Plan B Consulting

In many countries, healthcare is under strain, and with the added complication of a cyber attack where staff can lose access to records, notes, their normal operating systems and have to divert patents to alternative sites, it is much more likely for them to make mistakes, leading to increased mortality. Figure 1.

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Did Your Emergency Response Team Survive the Pandemic?

FEI

In the past, when planning tabletop exercises and full-scale drills with emergency response teams, I would pose the following questions: Do you have an alternate site for the EOC if the current one becomes unusable? In March 2020, many emergency and incident response teams faced mandatory stay-at-home orders.