A Comprehensive Plan for Mitigating Risks

Our area of security planning where we offer disaster recovery plan protects an organization from negative events. DRPs are properly documented and structured.

A step by step plan offers precautionary measures which can minimize disaster, natural or man-made. You can’t stop any disaster to happen but with our effective disaster recovery plan, risk of bad impact on mission-critical functions and losing enterprise data will be reduced.


Planning and Testing

From cyberattack to failure of equipment, a disaster could be of any sort. Our process of disaster recovery involves planning and testing and it may acquire separate physical site for operations restoration. Since we know businesses have become more high end and relay on high-availability so they can’t tolerate downtime.

RPO and RTO Measurements

Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO) are two major measurements in our process of disaster recovery. These two parameters help administrators to determine optimal strategies for disaster recovery.


DR Plan Approach

If the scheduled backup fails to run, a notification is sent to the client about the inactive backup. This helps clients to detect if there are any problems and forward back for fixing.
Components part of DRP are:

  • Policy statement, plan overview and major business goals
  • Diagram of the entire recovery plan and the site
  • Guidelines ‘how to reach to the recovery site
  • List of softwares and programs being used in the recovery plan
  • Proposed actions in order to deal with financial and legal issues

Scope and Risk Assessment

Internal technology and network administrators sit together to see scope of business plan. The administrators gather all the relevant infrastructure related document for DR plan. Later, they identify threats and vulnerabilities and propose solutions.

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