Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP) is a documented and organized approach for responding to envisioned and unexpected incidents. A DRP is best completed in conjunction with a business continuity plan and an incident management plan. The resumption of mission-critical business functions through detailed processes and procedures allows an organization to minimize the business effects of a disaster. A DRP requires the analysis of business processes and business continuity requirements. To determine these factors, a business impact analysis and a risk analysis will establish recovery time objectives and recovery point objectives.
Impervious’s effective, structured process determines an organization’s current disaster recovery capabilities and defines business requirements for continuity. Instead of using a one-size-fits-all traditional DRP template, Impervious will:
- define appropriate objectives for minimum downtime and data loss based on business impact;
- creating a disaster recovery project roadmap to close the gaps between your current capabilities and recovery objectives; and
- document an incident response plan based on a tabletop planning walk through that captures each step, from event detection to data center recovery.
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