Have You Performed a Disaster Recovery Self-Audit?
Given ever-changing business objectives, one common need in disaster recovery is to perform an audit of the disaster recovery capacity of an organization. The purpose of such audit is to discover how closely an organization’s disaster recovery readiness aligns to actual organizational objectives.
Your plans for disaster recovery audit, maintenance and continuous improvement will include the establishment of a process for keeping disaster recovery plans and associated activities up-to-date; auditing and reviewing plans to ensure they remain fit for purpose and consistent with applicable standards and management controls; and establishing a process for continuous improvement of the overall disaster recovery program.
Ensuring that your organization is able to recover from any disaster is important. That’s why SaalexIT is providing you a handy white paper to perform a Disaster Recovery Self Audit. Go ahead, score yourself.
If you score anything besides a zero (0), we recommend you call SaalexIT for a free network assessment so we can help you prepare for disasters.
SaalexIT’s recommendations are based off ISO 9001:2008 quality management standards. Having a disaster recovery plan in place is a key step toward making sure your business can recover data and continue operations in the event of a disaster. Auditing the plan ensures that it addresses people, process and technology issues and relevant controls.
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