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Chief Data Officer plays a key role in Disaster Recovery Planning
Chief Data Officer establishes the framework for Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning
CDO is responsible for the adoption and operation of data across the entire business. As with most senior executive titles, the responsibilities are set by the organization's board of directors or other authority, depending on the organization's legal structure. The CDO is responsible for user data experiences across the entire enterprise and its operations.
For the CDO, data assets are the focal point for standardization within the enterprise. As such, it is extremely important to the enterprise's current and future business operations. The Chief Data Officer (CDO) ensures the continued success of these areas while simultaneously minimizing costs and maximizing equipment and employee performance.Chief Data Officer plays a key role in Disaster Recovery Planning
Disaster Planning Business Continuity fails after cyberattack
Disaster Planning Business Continuity fails cyberattack forces company to close its doors
An Arkansas-based telemarketing closed its doors before Cristmass doue to a cyberattack.. Over 300 employees were let go and told to find new jobs. The primary casuse was that business continuity and diaster recovery efforts didn't go according to plan following a ransomware attack that took plas two months earlier.
Employees of the firm T were notified of the decision just two days before Christmas, via a postal letter sent by the company's CEO.
Local media reported, employees had no idea the company had even suffered a ransomware attack, and the layoffs were unexpected, catching many off guard.
Approximately two months ago the company's servers were attacked by malicious software that basically held them hostage. When the ransom was paid to get our systems back up and running, business continuity plan was not able to get them backup and running.Disaster Planning Business Continuity fails after cyberattack
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Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
The Disaster Recovery Business Continuity Template is a comprehensive tool and set of disaster and business continuity planning resources, including a detail disaster recovery business continuity work plan on how to proceed from evaluating risk factors to retrieving server data.DRP BCP Tool Kit
Business continuity is impacted by poor network service levels
Over 1/3 of all users feel networks outages impact business continuity.
One thired of all users feel that network outages and poor Internet speeds are the biggest recurring technology problem at their company according to Janco Associates.
Remembering a myarid of passwords is also a major issue. 24% of all users feel that remembering all of their passwords was the biggest tech difficulty they faced.
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Change Control - Help Desk - Service Requests Blog - Personal Web Site - Sensitive InformationBusiness continuity is impacted by poor network service levels
Small Buisness impacted most when disasters occur
Small business impacted the most by Hurrican e Dorian
Downtime and data loss caused by natural disasters can be detrimental to any small business. On average, survey respondents said it would take 16 days to recreate or recover their files - and nearly a third said they would never be able to recover or recreate all of their important business data if it was lost.
In addition to lost time, data loss can hit a small business where it hurts their bank account. Carbonite found that on average, small businesses would lose $2,976 per day if they were unable to operate. This means the average small business could lose a devastating $47,616 over the 16 days it takes them to recover their data.
More than two-thirds of small businesses have not created a disaster recovery plan and 62 percent of small businesses mistakenly think that any damage caused by a natural disaster would be covered by insurance. In fact, data loss isn't covered by traditional insurance. And even though thousands of small businesses were displaced following Superstorm Dorian, nearly half of small business owners don't have an alternative place they could work from.Small Buisness impacted most when disasters occur