Business Continuity is a concept that embraces both for Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP) and Restoration Planning Business. Disaster Recovery is the ability to respond to a disruption of services by implementing a plan to restore the critical functions of the organization. Both differ from the Loss Prevention Plan, which involves the scheduling of activities and support systems, authentication and authorization (safety), virus check and monitor the use of systems (mainly for verification of capacity). This time we’ll talk about the importance of having the ability to restore the technological infrastructure of the organization in case of severe disruption. The first thing you should do, is an Analysis of Impact on Business (BIA). This is basically a report that shows the cost incurred by the interruption of business processes.After obtaining this report, the company has the ability to classify the business processes according to their criticality and what is more important: set the priority of recovery (or sequential). Criticality of information resources and involvement of employees of computer security and end user analysis of all types of information resources Three key aspects for analysis: Criticality of information resources related to critical business processes of recovery time period critical before incurring significant loss of risk classification system recovery strategy is a combination of preventive, detective and corrective – remove the threat completely – Minimize the likelihood of occurrence – Minimize the effect Interruptions longer and more expensive, in particular disasters that affect plants, require recovery (offsite)

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