Every company needs to make sure it creates both a solid and effective Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP). A beefed up BCP isn’t enough. While your BCP will outline the processes and procedures necessary to move an organization forward during a disaster, the DRP will go into more detail about the organization and what makes up the specific business functions needed to keep the business running.
This article from the EC-Council addresses the six key featues of a Business Continuity Plan (strategy, organization, applications and data, process, technology, and facilities) and the eight steps to a perfect Disaster Recovery Plan.
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