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Every Business Continuity Plan Should Include Disaster Recovery

everbridge

Developing a disaster recovery plan concurrently with the overall BC plan is an essential and efficient use of an organization’s time and resources. The analyses will identify critical components of the disaster recovery plan, such as IT recovery time and recovery point objectives.

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Unlocking the Truth: Navigating 20 Myths About Business Continuity

Erwood Group

Contrary to popular belief, business continuity extends far beyond IT recovery. In times of crisis, a comprehensive business continuity plan ensures that every facet of the organization is resilient. Myth 2: Business Continuity Plans Are Only for Large Enterprises.

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Fine by Me: The Proposed $1 Million Fine of Colonial Pipeline  

BCM METRICS

The Department of Transportation recently announced a proposed $1 million fine of Colonial Pipeline for shortcomings in its recovery planning that increased the societal damage in the wake of the cyberattack on the company last year.

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Safeguarding Your Computer Systems: How to Build an IT Disaster Recovery Team

MHA Consulting

This means that in the blog when I talk about negative consequences, I’m limited to saying, “Believe me, I’ve seen it over and over again: Companies that neglect business continuity planning frequently live to regret it.” Business Continuity Representative.

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The Importance of Business Continuity Whitepaper

Erwood Group

For continuity professionals and practitioners as well as business owners, executives, and business managers who have or are looking to implement Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery programs in their businesses.

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Rehearsing Plan B: The Importance of Mastering Your Workarounds

MHA Consulting

It’s worth remembering that these workarounds are not separate from the recovery plan; they are the plan. In working with the departments to practice their manual workarounds, you are helping your organization get better at executing on its recovery plans.

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7 Steps to Establishing a Sound Business Continuity Strategy 

MHA Consulting

(It is often incorrectly assumed that the vendor handles backup and recovery for SaaS/cloud-based applications, relieving the organization of the need to think about this.) Gaps in IT recovery and business availability/recovery requirements. The full nature and complexity (or lack thereof) of the processes.