3 edition of Automated system for contingency planning and disaster recovery found in the catalog.
Automated system for contingency planning and disaster recovery
Albert J. Marcella
|Statement||by Albert J. Marcella, Jr., William J. Sampias, James K. Kincaid.|
|Contributions||Sampias, William J., Kincaid, James K.|
|LC Classifications||HV551.3 .M37 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 88 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||93195866|
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The book comes with a BCP tool kit on CD with 24 planning and analysis tools. Disaster Recovery Testing: Exercising Your Contingency Plan, Philip Rothstein, FBCI, Editor (, Rothstein Associates), ISBN This book Author: Paul Kirvan.
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The book Author: Donna R. Childs, Stefan Dietrich. Contingency planning is the identification, prior to a disaster, of all critical procedures and resources necessary for the organizations survival. The purpose of such a program is to anticipate, and plan for.
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Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning Definition Disaster: is a natural or man-caused event that damages property and assets, injures or kills people, and impairs the ability for.
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Contingency Planning Process Develop the contingency planning policy Conduct the Business Impact Analysis. Identify preventive controls. Create contingency strategies. Develop an information system. What is a contingency plan. The steps taken by an organization when an unexpected situation or event occurs is a contingency plan.
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Components of a Contingency Plan Every .This edition of DISASTER RECOVERY TESTING: EXERCISING YOUR CONTINGENCY PLAN is a reprinting of the version originally published in In the fourteen years since I first began development of this book .creating a disaster recovery plan, the plan must be heavily customized to the specifics of an organization.
This may involve disregarding or combining multiple disaster recovery development phases. 1 The .