Business Continuity Planning is an important part of any healthy organization. Being able to maintain essential business functions in the event of a disaster. Cyber-attacks, natural disasters, fires, and other threats can all considerably effect your business’s ability to function. Loss of data can stall operations, hurt consumer confidence, cause lawsuits, and more.
How to make a business continuity plan
In order to prevent these attacks from costing your organization, here are a few steps to keep you safe:
1 Mitigate the chances of a disaster reaching your business. Have the proper cyber security procedures in-place can protect your business from avoidable interruptions.
2 Establish a back-up and replication plan that allows for quick recovery. Of course having all of your data saved is vital, but resuming business operations as quickly as possible is also an important factor.
3 Test your back-ups. Your organization can’t wait until disaster strikes to find out that data has not been replicating properly for 6 months. Your replicated data needs to be tested and the hardware needs to be within its proper life-cycle.
Regardless of your organization’s size, NetConnect can help you establish business continuity plans and procedures to keep your organization safe.
DATA BREACHES CAN HAPPEN TO BUSINESSES OF ANY SIZE
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