FAQs - Business Continuity Plans

Business continuity and disaster recovery planning for critical infrastructure systems.

A disaster recovery plan should be tested annually at the very least. Ideally procedures should be audited and tested every 3 months. Non-conformances should be recorded and corrective and preventative actions taken to strengthen the plan.

DRaaS stands for Disaster Recovery as a Service. The service uses an off-site storage and backup solution such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Azure Site Recovery to restore and organisation’s data and IT facility.

ISO 22302 evolved from BS25999-Part 2 and provides a best-practice framework for an organisation to implement a Business Continuity Management System in order to minimise business disruption and continue operations during a major outage, incident or other type of emergency.



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