Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Services
Tevora helps ensure that, when disaster strikes, you have the right plans, procedures, and technical infrastructure in place to maintain business operations.
Any unexpected business interruption can have a devastating impact on a company’s ability to maintain operations and continue meeting the needs of its customers. Natural disasters, global pandemics and work stoppage for variety of reasons have the potential to bring your business to a halt.
Fortunately, Tevora’s experienced team of security specialists can help you assess your disaster readiness and develop a Business Impact Analysis (BIA), Business Continuity Plan (BCP), Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP), and Table Top Exercises to ensure that your business is ready when disaster strikes. We can work with you to implement these plans so that you have the right policies, procedures, training, tools, and technical infrastructure to continue business operations while maintaining a high level of security and compliance with industry standards such as PCI DSS, SOC2, and HIPAA.
Infosec Support & Staff Solutions
Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
A risk-based systematic approach to determine and evaluate the potential effects of an interruption of critical business operations by understanding all dependencies, including software, hardware, personnel, and locations.
Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
A process to create an ecosystem of prevention and recovery from potential threats to an organization by creating a plan to ensure personnel and assets are protected and able to maintain operations in the event of a disruption or disaster.
Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP)
A set of documented processes and procedures to execute, recover, and protect an organization’s IT infrastructure before, during, and after a disaster.
Table Top Exercises
A set of simulated activities to test the accuracy of the defined BIA, BCP, and DRP, while ensuring personnel are aware of their responsibilities for a coordinated response and recovery effort.