sponsored by HP & Intel®
Posted:  19 Sep 2011
Published:  19 Sep 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  7  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

 

The HIPAA Security Rule requires all HIPAA covered entities to create a plan for first protecting and then restoring confidential patient data in the event of a disaster. Unfortunately, HIPAA does not say much about what should go into such a disaster recovery plan.

Inside this e-guide, find tips for a compliant disaster recovery plan. Gain insight on:

  • Data backup vs. replication
  • How to select a disaster recovery site
  • The importance of plan testing and modification
  • 5 components every disaster recovery plan should have
  • And more





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