Is Your Service Organization Equipped to Deal with an Information Technology Disaster?
Your Guide to Creating a Disaster Recovery Plan
Has your company taken the proper precautions to ensure client data remains safe and accessible even in emergency circumstances?
Threats to cyber-security, both natural and man-made, are at an all-time high with over 67% of small and medium-sized businesses reporting breaches in 2018*. When crises occur, service organizations must act quickly to resolve any and all related issues, otherwise, they run the risk of losing clients to competitors. Luckily, investing in the creation and upkeep of a Disaster Recovery Plan can help your organization quickly recover when disaster strikes.
A Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is a written plan that outlines in detail the steps that need to be taken to reestablish normalcy after an emergency occurs. A DRP should be comprehensive of all disasters that may impact an organization, including but not limited to: tornadoes, lightning strikes, blizzards, electrical fires, water pipe bursts, and cyberattacks.
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*Statistics from the 2018 State of Cybersecurity in Small and Medium-Sized Businesses research report presented by the Ponemon Institute