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TICSA TruSecure™ ICSA Certified Security Associate Exam TU0-001 by Shawn Porter, Debra Littlejohn Shinder, Mike Chapple

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Step-by-Step Procedures

As you've probably seen by this point, the business continuity planning and disaster recovery planning processes are closely linked. The same people, resources, and departments are likely involved in both projects. Several types of analyses (for example, Risk Analysis and Business Impact Analysis) identify critical information that assists in the development of both types of plans.

For these reasons, it's logical to use a single process to develop your BCP and DRP procedures. Following the step-by-step procedures outlined in this section helps your organization reach a heightened level of preparedness.

Phase I—Project Initiation

The initiation phase of a disaster recovery planning project involves two tasks—selecting a ...

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