Disaster Recovery Plans

Definition updated on November 2023

What are disaster recovery plans?

An organization's response to disruptive events like cyberattacks, natural disasters, and power outages is standardized by a disaster recovery plan, which lays out certain guidelines. Loss of brand authority, decline in consumer confidence, or financial loss are all possible outcomes of a disruptive incident. The plan is a formal document that outlines how to lessen the consequences of disaster scenarios, assist the organization in minimizing damage, and expeditiously resume operations. Organize your strategy according to the area and the type of catastrophe to ensure efficacy, and include clear, step-by-step implementation instructions that stakeholders can readily follow.

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