IT Continuity: Assumptions

Published under Risk Management

In writing these pages, the following assumptions have been made:

  • Any Disaster Recovery Plan contains the procedures for restoring IT components, telephony and information following a disruptive event.
  • Information refers to electronic information e.g. application files, data within databases, data on CD, DVD or memory stick etc.
  • ICT and Information Security are functions. As such, they are not necessarily managed by a single department (ICT).
  • Preventative risk controls (proactive measures to reduce the likelihood of a disruptive event) are outside the scope of this document. Instead, they are fed back into the classical Risk Management model.
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