Disaster Recovery & Cybersecurity
Organizations can no longer afford to put off caring about their cybersecurity risk management program until a threat is recognized. A cyber assault can disrupt business across departments and significantly impact day-to-day operations. As a result, cybersecurity measures must be included throughout the entire business continuity and disaster recovery planning process.
This chapter covers disaster recovery plans, insurance for your business, preparations and responses to a cyber incidents, and employee training and awareness for cyber attack prevention.
Topics & Lessons
Each Below Topic Contains a Video Lesson and Helpful Downloadable Information
What is Cybersecurity?
Disaster Recovery Plan
Insurance for Your Business
Preparing for a Cyber Incident
Training & Awareness to Prevent Your Employees from Being Victims
Incident Response from an IT Perspective
IT Disaster Recovery for Natural Events
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___ is the practice of protecting systems, networks, and programs from digital attacks.CorrectIncorrect
According to FEMA, between 40-60% of small businesses that suffer a disaster:CorrectIncorrect
___ Insurance is the most important type of insurance that a business can have. It will protect you from a natural disaster, theft, and in the event of someone tripping and falling.CorrectIncorrect
It is essential to train your team to be prepared for a cyberattack.CorrectIncorrect
What is an Incident Response Plan?CorrectIncorrect
When writing a Disaster Recovery Plan, it is critical to provide as much detail to this plan as possible in order to give system administrator all the info to rebuild the technical infrastructure, in the case of a disaster.CorrectIncorrect
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