Mastering Disaster Recovery


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"Mastering Disaster Recovery" is your comprehensive guide to building a resilient and robust disaster recovery strategy. In this book, we empower IT professionals, business continuity managers, and decision-makers with the knowledge and tools to prepare for and respond to unforeseen disasters. From risk assessment and business impact analysis to crafting recovery plans and testing procedures, this resource covers every aspect of disaster recovery. With real-world examples and practical insights, readers will gain the expertise needed to minimize downtime, protect critical assets, and ensure business continuity in the face of adversity. Join us on this transformative journey to elevate your disaster recovery practices and safeguard the future of your organization. Let "Mastering Disaster Recovery" be your key to unlocking success in the realm of resilience and continuity.

What's Inside:

  1. Introduction to Disaster Recovery
    1. Understanding Disaster Recovery
    2. Importance of Disaster Recovery Planning
    3. Disaster Recovery vs. Business Continuity
    4. Key Concepts in Disaster Recovery
  2. Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis
    1. Conducting a Risk Assessment
    2. Identifying Critical Systems and Processes
    3. Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
    4. Recovery Time Objective (RTO) and Recovery Point Objective (RPO)
    5. Prioritizing Business Functions and Assets
  3. Disaster Recovery Strategies and Approaches
    1. High Availability and Fault Tolerance
    2. Backup and Restore
    3. Cold, Warm, and Hot Sites
    4. Replication and Redundancy
    5. Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery
  4. Data Backup and Recovery
    1. Backup Types and Strategies
    2. Storage Media and Technologies
    3. Backup Rotation and Retention Policies
    4. Testing Backup Integrity and Restorability
    5. Data Recovery Techniques
  5. System and Infrastructure Recovery
    1. System Recovery Procedures
    2. Server and Network Infrastructure Restoration
    3. Virtual Machine (VM) Recovery
    4. Bare Metal Recovery
    5. Application Recovery and Configuration
  6. Network and Connectivity Recovery
    1. Network Recovery Planning
    2. Network Topology Redundancy
    3. Network Equipment and Connectivity Restoration
    4. Internet Service Provider (ISP) Failover
    5. Communication and Collaboration Tools
  7. People and Process Recovery
    1. Staff Preparedness and Training
    2. Emergency Communication and Notification
    3. Crisis Management and Incident Response
    4. Vendor and Supplier Management
    5. Employee Support and Well-being
  8. Testing and Exercising Disaster Recovery Plans
    1. Importance of Regular Testing
    2. Types of Testing (Tabletop, Partial, Full)
    3. Test Plan Development and Execution
    4. Lessons Learned and Plan Refinement
    5. Regulatory Compliance and Audit
  9. Third-Party Services and Partnerships
    1. Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
    2. Managed Service Providers (MSPs)
    3. Cloud Service Providers (CSPs)
    4. Insurance Providers and Coverage
    5. Legal and Contractual Considerations
  10. International and Global Disaster Recovery
    1. International Data Protection and Privacy Laws
    2. Cross-Border Data Transfer Considerations
    3. Geographically Distributed Recovery Sites
    4. Cultural and Language Considerations
    5. Regional Disaster Recovery Regulations
  11. Crisis Communication and Public Relations
    1. Communicating with Internal Stakeholders
    2. Communicating with Customers and Clients
    3. Media and Public Relations Strategy
    4. Brand Reputation Management
    5. Social Media and Crisis Communication
  12. Continuous Improvement and Lessons Learned
    1. Post-Incident Analysis and Reporting
    2. Business Process Optimization
    3. Documenting and Updating Recovery Plans
    4. Evolving Threat Landscape and Adaptation
    5. Industry Standards and Best Practices
  13. Appendix
    1. Glossary of Disaster Recovery Terms
    2. Disaster Recovery Plan Templates and Checklists
    3. Regulatory Compliance Frameworks and Guidelines
    4. Disaster Recovery Resources and References
    5. About the author

About the author:

Kris Hermans is a renowned expert in the field of cyber security, with decades of practical experience and a passion for educating others. With a strong background in both technical and strategic aspects of cyber security, Kris has helped numerous organizations strengthen their defences and navigate the complex cyber landscape.

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