Planning for Disaster
As we think about the enormous cleanup effort taking place in the wake of
Harvey, Irma, and Maria, we are reminded of the importance of planning to keep your business up and running when disaster strikes. In this blog post I share the thoughts of an expert in the field of Business Continuity Planning and Disaster Recovery.
I recently had an interesting and fun conversation with Bob Cohen, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Practice Director at Pivot Point Security, about some key aspects of Business Continuity Planning and some cautionary tales about the risks of not doing so.
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- In our conversation I referenced Bob’s BCP/DR presentation. Here is a link: http://pvt.pt/ISO22301PPSOverview
- Here is a link to the story about the fire at the Ericsson contractor site that Bob mentioned: https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB980720939804883010
I hope you enjoyed the conversation that I had with Bob. PivotPoint and Buda work together to ensure that our client’s data assets are secure and protected against all types of threats.
If you have any questions about how to ensure that you are prepared to recover your databases in the event of a disaster, please give us a call at (888) 809-4803 x 700 and if you have further thoughts on the topic, please add comments.