How To Develop A Disaster Data Recovery Plan

Cyber Resilience and IoT Device Security

Internet of Things (IoT) is growing popular worldwide, and it is predicted that it will be part of 27.1 billion devices this year as per Cisco. The rapid growth in IoT demands cyber resilience as a prime concern to assure a protected future for all.

IoT-enabled devices built-in cyber resilience will become vitally important with time as more and more devices, networks, and systems are interconnected.

Today, with increased dependency on technology and the rollout of 5G networks and gigabit broadband, only critical devices will remain a shield against the damage that emerged worldwide.

The increase in demand for technology influences the rate of innovation positively as vendors endeavor to meet the requirements of both consumers and businesses. This synchronization between innovation and the rise in demand is creating more significant risk than ever before as it disturbs the nature of security. The existing cyber-security has to be cautious as it has to change to encounter the changing methods of cyber-attacks…

How To Develop A Disaster Data Recovery Plan

Data is one of the most important assets for many organizations. A significant level of care should be given to prevent data security incidents. However, despite the best plans and intentions, both man-made and natural disasters can occur at any time. The best course of action is to prepare in advance, ensuring that your enterprise has a well-developed disaster recovery plan in place to deal with potential occurrences.

Other important aspects to consider in a disaster recovery plan are your recovery time objective and your recovery point objective. 

The best disaster recovery plans are prepared with a logical knowledge of your environment. An organization that thoroughly evaluates possible threats, vulnerabilities and probabilities of a disaster can help ensure a more cohesive and cost-effective recovery plan….

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