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James, I have two different homework assignments for you. I want to know if you know about Incident Response Plan (IRP)and Disaster Recovery Plan(DRP)? I have to write a 8-10 page for each one. Let me know and I will post what I need. Thanks, Jim
James, OK. Here it is. I will attach the Incident Response Plan (IRP) requirements first. I will attach the Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) requirements after you have finished the Incident Response Plan (IRP). Jim
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