Enterprises can audit their network disaster recovery plans to ensure thorough protection and preparation. Consider factors like documentation, management support and audit type.
Network disaster recovery, or DR, auditing provides an objective examination of controls that manage network performance, and it evaluates whether the results are consistent with control objectives.
Network operations, including local access, WAN, wireless networking and internet access, are mission-critical. As such, enterprises should review them periodically to ensure they follow operational policies and procedures, test recovery and restoration procedures and carefully document results for each activity.