Planning for Post-Disaster Recovery of Data and Systems
When your organization experiences a disruption such as a data breach, hardware failure, severe weather event or other disaster, the ability to keep operations going rely on your plans and policies. According to FEMA, 43% of businesses do not reopen after a disaster, and another 25% fail within one year. With sound plans and effective policies in place, you can significantly reduce your chances of failure in the face of disaster and demonstrate to your clients, shareholders, and employees the resilience of your business to withstand unplanned disruptions.
All businesses face potential systems disruption. By developing thorough plans and policies before disaster strikes, you are better prepared to recover data and systems quickly. While business continuity plans consist of varying organizational factors, we ensure our clients’ plans align with their technology by offering best practices and strategies for data protection and systems recovery.
Let us put your Business Continuity Plan to the test!
Already have a Business Continuity Plan? Our Systems Engineering’s IT-Policies-as-a-Service can help prove the validity of your Business Continuity Plan along with developing effective policies. We offer valuable tabletop exercises, creating disaster scenarios in a safe environment that challenge your plan to find what works and what doesn’t.