Traditional IT disaster recovery plans are geared towards getting the IT platforms back up and running in case of a physical disaster or a critical impact to system hardware or software. These plans often do not consider disruptions to the environment of the people running the business. The current situation facing the business community has highlighted the need to have plans that can be enacted when the physical location of the employees is not viable for continued operation. Business Continuity plans should go hand in hand with Disaster Recovery plans to provide a comprehensive response to any situation that could reasonably be encountered in modern business operations.
• Cyber Security Policy
• Operational Risks
• Physical Security Risks
• Application Layer Risks
• Platform Risks
• Third-Party Risks for partners and other relationships
• Network Risks
Analyzing the current policy and adapting to the present environment is critical with the new paradigm shift being forced upon us.
Many companies have license agreements for hardware and software that they have not revisited since the implementation of systems. In many cases, there are opportunities to reduce or transfer licenses based on the changing needs of the business. In some cases, the cost of maintenance and support is great enough that it could defray a significant portion of the price to upgrade to more modern software with more value-added functionality that supports current best practices.
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