Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP)

What is Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP)?

Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) is a documented, structured approach with instructions for responding to unplanned incidents. It is a step-by-step plan that consists of the precautions to minimize the effects of a disaster so the organization can continue to operate or quickly resume mission-critical functions.

Why you need a Disaster Recovery Plan?

No business is immune from the risk of losing access to their data and applications. A disaster recovery plan can help assure that a loss is a minor and temporary problem, restoring your business operations quickly. Businesses should develop an IT disaster recovery plan.

How to develop an effective DRP?

•    Conduct an asset inventory
•    Perform a risk assessment
•    Define the criticality of applications and data
•    Define recovery objectives
•    Designate a recovery team
•    Get help from disaster recovery experts

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About the Author: Jenny Jo

Jenny Jo is the president and co-founder of MJJT Consultants. Ms. Jo is a Software Engineer, a Cyber Security Auditor, and an IT Project Manager. She is also a Certified Informatin Security Manager (CISM) which certifies her to audit information systems, as well as design, build, and magage businesses' information security programs.