Presentation Transcript: Stuff Happens - How to Assess Risks and Set Objectives for Business Continuity Plans 
sponsored by Marathon Technologies

Many disaster recovery planning efforts are hindered when companies become preoccupied with classifying all of the risk scenarios that may impact operations. Don't over analyze! Cataloging hazard potentials, then assigning quantitative values to their possibility of happening is unnecessary. A clear-cut evaluation of data and infrastructure assets to determine what needs to be protected is a more appropriate approach. This obtained information is then supplemented by an estimation of the cost of an interruption of access to assets (from whatever the cause) for 24, 48 and 72 hours.

This transcript will guide you through the process of determining what needs to be protected within your business data and infrastructure.

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