Disaster Recovery Planning

Plan ahead so that there are no surprises when a disaster happens.

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……………………..DRP Documentation DRP Documentation + Table Top Exercise Table Top Exercise
Suitable forBusinesses with no DRP in placeBusinesses with a DRP that requires updating for the latest scenariosBusinesses with a DRP in place and require testing
Support On-site or Remote On-site or Remote On-site or Remote
IncludedCreation of a DRPCreation of a DRP
Testing the DRP with a table top exercise
Testing your DRP with a table top exercise
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A Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is a structured and documented policy that states how an organisation can quickly resume normal running after an unplanned incident such as a cyber attack. This is a critical part of a Business Continuity Plan (BCP), and is applied to all aspects of the business that rely on a properly functioning IT department. A DRP is made with the aim of helping a business recover systems and resolve data loss so that the business can at least, resume mission-critical functionality in the aftermath of an incident.

Understandably, no two disaster recovery plans are the identical. This is because disaster recovery planning involves an analysis of individual business processes and continuity needs that are specific to an organisation. Typically, a business will premise a recovery plan with a risk analysis, a business impact analysis and also establish its own recovery objectives.

We can help guide you through the process of creating a disaster recovery plan that can work for you and your company.

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