Disaster Recovery Plan
Student Name: Christopher Robinson
University of Phoenix
IT/244 Intro to IT Security
Instructor’s Name: Benny Lane
Date: January 29th, 2012
Disaster Recovery Plan
Due in Week Three: For your selected scenario, describe the key elements of the Disaster Recovery Plan to be used in case of a disaster and the plan for testing the DRP.
1 Risk Assessment
1 Critical business processes
List the mission-critical business systems and services that must be protected by the DRP.
If I were to list the mission-critical business systems and services that must be protected by the DRP I would say their servers, computers, data, and tools. I say that because the DRP will need to protect each of these in case of a natural disaster occurring because it is very crucial to the company.
2 Internal, external, and environmental risks
Briefly discuss the internal, external, and environmental risks, which might be likely to affect the business and result in loss of the facility, loss of life, or loss of assets. Threats could include weather, fire or chemical, earth movement, structural failure, energy, biological, or human.
IF I were to briefly discuss the internal, external and environmental risk which might be likely to affect the business and have a bad result would be for one earthquakes because one of their offices is in Los Angeles, and known for earthquakes. On the other hand though every company can deal with internal, external and environmental risk because anything can happen to a company.
Disaster Recovery Strategy
Of the strategies of shared-site agreements, alternate sites, hot sites, cold sites, and warm sites, identify which of these recovery strategies is most appropriate for your selected scenario and why.
Of the strategies listed I say the shared-site agreement would be most appropriate for my selected scenario...
References: Cite all your references by adding the pertinent information to this section by following this example.
American Psychological Association. (2001). Publication manual of the American Psychological Association (5th ed.). Washington, DC: Author.
MerKow, Mark. S., & Breithaupt, J. (2006). Chapter 6 Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Planning. Retrieved from Ecampus.
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