Disaster Recovery

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Disaster recovery is an organization’s method of regaining access and functionality to its IT infrastructure after events like a natural disaster or cyber attack. A variety of disaster recovery (DR) methods can be part of a disaster recovery plan. DR is one aspect of business continuity.

An Effective Disaster Recovery Plan

Disaster recovery team: This assigned group of specialists will be responsible for creating, implementing and managing the disaster recovery plan.

Risk evaluation: Assess potential hazards: For example, a cyber attack, can you get your data back?

Business-critical asset identification: A good disaster recovery plan includes documentation of which systems, applications, data, and other resources are most critical for business continuity, as well as the necessary steps to recover data.

Back-up: This is the simplest type of disaster recovery and entails storing data off site or on a removable drive. However, just backing up data provides only minimal business continuity help, as the IT infrastructure itself is not backed up.

CyberSecurity helps you stay Safe

ENGAGE makes it's easy to secure your business

If configured correctly, security tools such as firewalls and intrusion detection system (IDS) work to protect the network.

Intrusion prevention systems (IPS) focus on monitoring vertical traffic that crosses the perimeter of a network environment.

Network traffic analysis is focused on all communications – whether those are traditional TCP/IP style packets, “virtual network traffic” crossing a virtual switch (or “vSwitch”), traffic from and within cloud workloads, and API calls to SaaS applications or serverless computing instances.

At ENGAGE, our network analysis will show you where your security is lacking so you can fix those vulnerabilities to secure your infrastructure.