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Business Continuation Recovery Plan

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This presentation is an outline of how to document a successful disaster recovery plan, along with dealing with emergencies and response.

This presentation is an outline of how to document a successful disaster recovery plan, along with dealing with emergencies and response.

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    Business Continuation Recovery Plan Business Continuation Recovery Plan Presentation Transcript

    • Recovery Planning Overview Doug Snell, Sr.
    • Historical Milestones
      • 1970s: Disaster planning begins; relocation of critical data processing operations
      • 1980s: Business recovery recognizes need to restore business
      • 1990s: Business continuity: downtime unacceptable; emphasis on prevention; need for redundant systems and facilities.
      • 2000-Y2K
      • 2001: 9-11 business continuation
    • Vision of The Plan
      • Foster assurance of business continuation for any emergency or disaster
    • Plan Outline
      • Introduction
      • Sections:
        • Response contact information
        • Human resources requiring assistance
        • Equipment list & systems for inspection
        • Auxiliary/backup systems
        • Outside agencies to notify
        • Resources (vendors, suppliers, others)
        • Procedure to document damage and loss
        • Procedure for business continuation
        • Testing systems operation
        • Regeneration of systems failures
        • Preventing loss during an event
        • Process for hazards
    • Plan Elements
      • Business Continuation:
      • Insures the recovery elements work to prevent disasters and gets applied to everyday operations
      • Emergency Response:
      • Ability to respond using analysis, communication, direction and control
      • Disaster Preparedness:
      • Assesses vulnerabilities, identifies recovery timeframes, train personnel, implement preventable measures to achieve results
    • Project Goals
      • Achieve business continuation; recover in minimal amount of time
      • Combined strategy for emergency response and disaster preparedness
      • Recognize relationships: customers, revenues, recovery response, agencies
      • Meet legal requirements
      • Plan update and tested by end of each year
    • Team Responsibilities
      • Each Team Member:
      • Documents enough information to insure business continuity and restoration
      • Overcome roadblocks: limited support and finances
      • Teamwork: remove jurisdictional disputes
    • Schedule of Planning
      • Schedule milestones
      Test critical components as required and document results Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Sep Oct Nov Dec Develop Plan/Train Process Test most critical part of plan Revise Plan