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Maintaining business function in the wake of a disaster. Long term.
Business continuity planning
Restoring business function as quickly as possible when the business is disrupted. Short term.
Disaster recovery planning
Imposes civil and criminal penalties of publicly held companies fail to maintain adequate controls over their information systems.
Foreign corrupt practices act of 1977
Four phases of business continuity planning.
Scope and plan initiation, business impact analysis, business continuity plan development, plan approval and implementation
A contract between two organizations with similar computing needs that each will support the other in the event of a disaster.
Mutual assistance
Ready to run dedicated sites that have the equipment software and real time data in place.
Hot site
Sites that provide all of the equipment and environmental controls necessary to restore operations but do not have applications installed or data restored.
Warm sites
Sites with the proper infrastructure to support computing operations but without any computer equipment software or data in place.
Cold sites
Transfer of backup data to an offsite location.
Electronic vaulting
Parallel processing of transactions to an alternate site.
Remote journaling
Duplicates database sets to multiple servers.
Database shadowing.
Three primary types of backups.
Full, differential, incremental
Backups that create a duplicate copy of all files on the primary media and store them on the backup media.
Full backup
Backups that create a duplicate copy of all files that have been modified since the last full backup.
Differential backup
Backups that create a duplicate copy of all files that have been modified since the last full or incremental backup.
Incremental backup
Type of backup that requires the most tapes to restore.
Incremental
Six primary backup tape types.
Digital audio tape (DAT), Quarter inch cartridge (QIC), 8mm tape, digital linear tape (DLT), Super DLT, linear tape open (LTO)
Five types of DRP testing.
Checklist, structured walkthrough, simulation, parallel, full-interruption.
Disaster recovery plan testing type where copies of the plan are distributed to members of the disaster recovery team and management for a thorough review.
Checklist
Disaster recovery plan testing type where business unit management meets to review the plan.
Structured walkthrough
Disaster recovery plan testing type where support personnel meet in a practice execution session but dont actually execute the plan.
Simulation
Disaster recovery plan testing type where the disaster recovery plan is fuly executed with critical systems run at an alternate site.
Parallel
Disaster recovery plan testing type where normal production is shut down with real DRP processes at the alternate recovery site.
Full interruption