Recovery starts when an emergency or disaster is declared and the energies of the company are focused on one thing—surviving the initial catastrophe and continuing operations (Business Continuity). This is an important piece of your Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP). Make sure you’re covered. Read on!
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Catastrophes have a way of blurring events that can quickly overwhelm even the well prepared. This article discusses the role of documenting your Critical Processes in your Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP).
A Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is essential to the survival of a business, no matter the size. In this article—the first in a planned series—we cover the initial phase of a DRP, the Threat Matrix.
Some businesses create a false sense of security because they’ve instituted a cloud data backup strategy and enabled staff to work remotely in a crisis. Nothing can be further from the truth.
All businesses need a written Disaster Recovery Plan. Our FREE template makes it easy.
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Here are a few articles mined from the security blogs we monitor that contain information you should be aware of. We sincerely thank the authors for sharing their expertise with us.
A written Disaster Plan is a “must have” for all companies. Find out what you should include in your plan and how to download our FREE template.
As a new year rolls around, criminals are seeking new ways to steal from your business. CEO and payroll fraud are on the rise. Find out what hackers are up to now.
New Jersey is considering enacting GDPR-like regulations and other states are sure to follow. Find out what you need to do now to get in front of this pending regulation.
Microsoft is ending Windows 7 support soon. Find out when support ends and what it means to you.