Defend Your Business with Disaster Recovery Planning
Disasters don’t happen to us every day. However, we all know they do happen. And when they do occur, having a strong emergency plan in place can sometimes make all the difference. Disasters can be especially detrimental for businesses whenever they occur in the realm of IT. By planning ahead for the worst case scenario, businesses are exponentially more likely to express resiliency and to bounce back quickly when the unexpected occurs. Having an in-depth backup and disaster recovery plan for your business is an advantageous first step to take for your tech security initiatives.
Business Continuity vs Disaster Recovery
Our team of IT experts offers disaster recovery services within the scope of two different pillars of professional IT services: Operations and Security. When offered under our Security service, Business Security and Disaster Planning is designed to help prevent and mitigate cyberthreats for teams. On the other hand, our Disaster Planning offerings as explained on this page is primarily focused towards the managerial aspects of disaster prevention and business resiliency before, during, and after IT emergencies.
Why Invest in Disaster Recovery Planning?
When it comes to planning for disaster events, it may seem that one can never be prepared enough. However, in the case of IT emergencies, it may be difficult to pinpoint exactly why disaster recovery planning and IT Security services are regarded as downright necessary for most companies today.
Here are five of our top reasons to consider investing in IT disaster planning:
- Meet compliance requirements
- Increase business resiliency and reliability
- Reduce downtime and prevent data loss
- Meet RPOs and RTOs
- Protect enterprise applications and databases with a single tool
Common Cyber Threats Targeting Businesses
- Security Misconfiguration
- Injection Attacks
- Phishing Scams
- Brute Force Attacks
- Broken Authentication and Session Management
- Insecure Direct Object References (IDOR)
- Sensitive Data Exposure
- Missing Function Level Access Control
- Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
To learn more about IT threats that could potentially affect your business, read more in Chapter Four of our original eBook: Secure Software Development.
Our Process for Disaster Recovery Plan Steps
- First, our disaster recovery team members will conduct a thorough analysis of your organization’s IT emergency preparedness and current tech security.
- Next, your team and ours will come together to jointly create a budget-friendly disaster recovery plan containing action steps to work through in the future.
- Then, with this comprehensive list of disaster recovery plan steps, your team will have the opportunity to choose our IT experts as the implementors of this Disaster Recovery plan into your organization’s operations. Or, you can choose a different IT partner to implement the agreed upon steps towards IT disaster preparedness. Freedom is all yours.