BC and DR (graded) Business Continuity (BC) planning and Disaster Recovery (DR) planning are key elements in organizational security architectures. What is the difference between them and why is it important to know the difference when representing security proposals to management? Collapse All Print View »Show Options Responses Response Author Date/Time*
Class, Professor Michalek 11/27/2011 3:38:16 AM This a very good discussio that we are all aware of th businesses and governmen hurricanes, tornadoes and disasters of 9/11. This sho affects our lives. Jack RE: Class, Donald Hubbard 11/29/2011 8:31:04 PM Modified: 11/29/2011 8:32 PM Compnies have begun recognizing that Business continuity planning and disaster recovery planning are vital activities. It is equally important to maintenance these programs. Prior to creation of the plan itself, it is essential to consider the potential impacts of a disaster and to understand the underlying risks. These are the foundations upon which sound business continuity plans or disaster
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