posted on Aug, 29 2013 @ 04:19 PM
Originally posted by fnpmitchreturns
reply to post by digital01anarchy
I am sure some parts will be boring .... but there will be info and ideas that I might not have thought of or about....... this is not a prepper
Thanks for your support.....
I have taken the course already I had to I'm in the information security field, people in the business field have to take it too. If you find a job
doing DR it pays well like 80 grand a year median but its a whole lot of work first you need to factor in many different aspects. where you are! like
California has earthquakes, wildfires, mudslides, flash floods ect then you need to get regional, like where in california you are lets say OC so
earthquakes, wildfires, flash floods then you need to make a plan for every one of those disasters on top of the regular ones like fire drills and
brownouts and blackouts, cyber threats knocking down the network, riots ect everything i have listed needs to have a plan and every department has to
be evaluated based on how critical it is to the company these departments are protected first and foremost after the disaster because they need to get
them up and running asap.
Your plan has to have an accounting of every person working at the company, every piece of hardware, software,paperwork, office supplies, who the
company does business with, insurance companies, fire stations/police stations of your area, basically every damn thing you could think of