why do you need a disaster recovery plan

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The organization has a documented business continuity plan (BCP) which identifies the departments’ needs and requirements to recover in the event of a disaster. Technology is at the center of the business and typically touches every department. But IT only has finite resources—people, equipment, and time. This means IT has to have a comprehensive disaster recovery (DR) plan that is agreed upon by the business. This includes defining a plan for incidents such as phishing and ransomware attacks.

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