Recovery and Continuity Are More than Technology Initiatives

Waddington, Gerald
January 2013
Pennsylvania CPA Journal;Winter2013, Vol. 83 Issue 4, p1
The article discusses the integration of disaster recovery strategy with business continuity plans (DR/BC). It states that the value of DR/RC planning lies in the discipline of process commitment in disaster preparedness and forecast scenarios than mitigation of disaster's impact. It mentions that a standard risk-avoidance methodology is used to DR/RC strategy, in which the incident's risk is weighed against the incident's impact to the organization.


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