Powerful Earthquake Triggers Tsunami in Pacific. Hurricane Katrina Makes Landfall in the Gulf Coast. Avalanche Buries Highway in Denver. Tornado Touches Down in Georgia. These headlines have caught the attention of people around the world and have had a significant effect on IT professionals as well.
As technology becomes more integral to corporate operations at every level of the organization, the job of IT has expanded to become almost all-encompassing. These days, it’s difficult to find corners of a company that technology does not touch. As a result, the need to plan for potential disruptions to technology services has increased exponentially.
Business Continuity Planning (BCP) is a methodology used to create a plan for how an organization will recover after a disaster of various types. It takes into account both security and corporate risk management tatics and addresses starting a business impact analysis, estimating what products or services will be interrupted, determining what would be required to resume operations, and identifying crucial functions.
Complete coverage of the 3 categories of disaster: natural hazards, human-caused hazards, and accidental and technical hazards.
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* Up dated information on recovery from cyber attacks, rioting, protests, product tampering, bombs, explosions, and terrorism.