We walk through the key steps to develop a disaster recovery plan - from risk assessment and setting recovery objectives, to the plan itself and a testing regime to keep it fresh
"An effective disaster recovery plan assumes that the worst can, and will, happen. Organisations face a growing number of risks, from natural disasters and power and network failures, to human error, civil disturbance, public health emergencies, and cyber threats.
IT failures are only one of the risks CIOs need to plan for. And while disasters such as floods or fire rightly attract the board's attention, it is cyber threats that have pushed disaster recovery (DR) planning back up the agenda..."
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