Difference between revisions of "Disaster Recovery Strategy"

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'''Notes (1)''': Disaster Recovery Strategy need [[Disaster Recovery]], [[Data Backups| Data Backup]] and [[Data Protection]].
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'''Notes (1)''': Disaster Recovery Strategy needs [[Disaster Recovery]], [[Data Backups| Data Backup]] and [[Data Protection]].
  
 
'''Notes (2)''': DRS include the process and procedures of restoring critical operations so as to resume business functions quickly after a disaster.  
 
'''Notes (2)''': DRS include the process and procedures of restoring critical operations so as to resume business functions quickly after a disaster.  

Latest revision as of 15:46, 31 January 2021

1. Disaster Recovery Strategy or DRS is to identify the means to restore IT operations efficiently and effectively following a service disruption caused by any residual risks identified during the Risk Analysis and Review phase.

Notes (1): Disaster Recovery Strategy needs Disaster Recovery, Data Backup and Data Protection.

Notes (2): DRS include the process and procedures of restoring critical operations so as to resume business functions quickly after a disaster.

Related Terms: Data Protection/Recovery Strategy, Data Backup Strategy



BCMBoK Competency Level
BCMBoK 4: Business Continuity Strategy CL 2D: Intermediate (DR)


(Source: Business Continuity Management Institute - BCM Institute)