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CIS359003VA016-1184-001 – Disaster Recovery Management

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Running head: 1 CONTINGENCY PLANNING IN ACTION 2 Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx CONTINGENCY PLANNING IN ACTION 2 Source – Another student’s paper CONTINGENCY PLANNING IN ACTION 2 CONTINGENCY PLANNING IN ACTION 2 Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx CONTINGENCY PLANNING IN ACTION 2 Source – Another student’s paper CONTINGENCY PLANNING IN ACTION 2 Contingency Planning in Action Harry Bard Prof, Chisholm CIS 359 6/11/18 Contingency Planning in Action Introduction A contingency plan, according to Mehta and McCafferty, betokens the course of action which a company develops to enable it responds efficiently to any events that may occur or situations that may arise both shortly and in the long run. For a business firm, the future is an approaching series of uncertainties, and the best way to respond to these uncertainties is to prepare an action plan for combatting any matter that is likely to arise. Examples of such situations may include natural disasters like tornados, earthquakes, windstorms, and floods, fire outbreaks, loss of valuable data, loss of a sizable number of customers, employees or suppliers en masse, or even a sudden death of the firm’s top management. Referring to contingency plan as a plan B is, therefore, not a cliché. In other words, a contingency plan can only be deployed if the company finds itself in a do-or-die situation. As Mall (2009) puts it, a contingency plan is such a momentous aspect of risk management, disaster recovery, and business perpetuity. The purpose of this paper is to provide a detailed discussion of the contingency plan for the Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company. The paper will, first of all, give an overview of Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company, and explain why the company needs a contingency plan, then the essay will proceed to develop a befitting contingency plan for the company, then filter the policies that the company will need most for all its planning efforts, and finally the essay will fully implement, utilize and maintain the developed contingency plan. Overview Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company is a chain of fast food outlets and restaurants operating in the cities of Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio in Texas, and within Philadelphia and Erie in Pennsylvania. It was established by Brian 10 years ago as a sole proprietor business with a single outlet in Houston. The company has since undergone a palpable proliferation, extending its tentacles to every state and every city. Arguably, Ideal Fast Foods Limited is currently the fastest growing fast food company in the United States. The company prides itself as the ultimate ideal in the supply of pizza, tacos, chicken fries, chicken nuggets, hamburgers, French fries, chips, fish, ice creams, salads, pitas, and sandwiches. The company has over 250 outlets with more than a thousand employees assigned different roles within the outlets. The chief executive officer, Brian, appoints a board of directors who are responsible for decision-making and management of day-to-day operations of the company. Even though the main offices of the company are located in Houston, all operational activities are done at the outlets. The company has several distributors who supply products to remote customers. Moreover, the company uses distributed systems technological strategies and synchronizes all activities through the use of evenly-distributed servers. The beauty of this system is that it gives a real-time reflection of every operation from every outlet. The company has great prestige for the employment of such sophisticated technology. The advantages of using such technological strategies far outweigh the cost thereof. Along with numerous other advantages, the systems ensure superfluity of data which reduces the chances of the company losing large amounts of valuable data. Additionally, the company uses Entity Resource Planning (ERP) system to integrate the collection, storage, management and analysis of data from all the operations taking place in every outlet. 1 ERP manages such activities as manufacturing, food processing, purchasing, and service delivery. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 63% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx ERP manages such activities as manufacturing, food processing, purchasing, and service delivery Source – Another student’s paper The activities include purchasing, manufacturing and service delivery The system is also useful in the management of employees since it records every action performed by the employees. The use of ERP has the company to efficiently keep track of all daily operations and to resolve actions which might raise conflicting outcomes in the long run. As already mentioned, every organization has a threat and a challenge that it has to contend with, and Ideal Fast Foods is not exempted from this abstract principle. The following are some of the challenges that mar the operational confines of the company: i. Stiff competition from the vast number of upcoming fast food companies. Some of these enterprises even offer products at lower prices to attract customers. Hence they pose a considerable threat to this company. ii. 2 Loss of employees. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Loss of employees Source – Another student’s paper · Loss of employees Some employees have been in the habit of complaining that the wages they receive are not commensurate with the work they perform. Such a grumbling generally spread like bushfire and has not only spread throughout the outlets but also caused a cascade of undesirable outcomes like employees quitting their jobs. This causes one of the most dreaded outcomes; loss of experienced employees to the competitors. iii. Loss of suppliers who are always on a spree to chase ‘greener pastures.’ Suppliers are very sensitive stake players in every business and loss thereof might even translate to the closure of the business. Unfortunately, the emerging enterprises tend to invest more on their suppliers, thereby attracting more suppliers from the Ideal Fast Foods Limited. This implies that the Ideal fast Foods will have to pay higher prices than before to retain their trusted suppliers, or else it faces the sad reality of losing customers. iv. Potential data loss. The distributed systems used at Ideal fast Foods are not robust enough. Hence, certain events might occur, causing loss of the substantial amount of data. Such events that jeopardize the validity of data, an attack on the systems by malware may also cause loss of data to competitors because certain competitors might even hack the systems to get away with valuable information. v. Along with the accidental loss of data, the company also stands the risk of system breaches which may lead to leakage of confidential information to unwanted parties. Such attacks include spoofing. vi. Natural catastrophes such as fire, flood, and earthquakes. The company is not immune to such natural disasters, and it is not easy to tell when they might occur. Based on these risks, it is quite imperative for the company to come up with an alternative plan which will ensure that the company remains standing even amid such challenges. According to (), a company that waits for problems to arise so that it reacts to them stands doomed in case the reactive measures fail. Hence, the company needs a contingency plan to ensure an efficient response in case any of these threats unfold. The Contingency Plan Business Impact Analysis (BIA) Business Impact Analysis gives valuable data on the systems and the potential damages that might present themselves in the course of business operation. Hence, BIA forms the frontline of BCMT for Ideal Fast Foods, and it is vital to have it in the initial stages of planning to enable the company to have a leeway into the possible impacts of every possible threat, and a comprehensive overview of the possible threats that can befall the organization. 3 The BCMT conducts BIA in some phases which include: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 75% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx The BCMT conducts BIA in some phases which include Source – Another student’s paper The BCMT conducts BIA in these phases i. 4 The identification of potential threat occurrence. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 86% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx The identification of potential threat occurrence Source – Another student’s paper · Identification of threat occurrence ii. 4 Examination of the business unit. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 65% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Examination of the business unit Source – Another student’s paper · Examination of the Business Unit · Attack achievement situations iii. 2 Attack success situations. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Attack success situations Source – Another student’s paper · Attack success situations iv. Valuation of possible damage to have a rough estimate of what would be at stake in a case the company faces these challenges. v. Classification of an alternative plan. 1 Assumptions The following are the assumptions of this plan: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 70% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Assumptions The following are the assumptions of this plan Source – Another student’s paper Assumptions This Plan is projected on the following three assumptions Implementation The BCP for Ideal Fast Foods will be developed by the company’s security officer, in coordination with the subordinate staff. 1 In the same manner, the functional area planning will be responsible for the development and support of individual organization team plans for data recovery. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 75% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx In the same manner, the functional area planning will be responsible for the development and support of individual organization team plans for data recovery Source – Another student’s paper Support and Development of the individual organization team plans are the roles of the functional area planning for recovery Maintenance Regular maintenance will be incorporated into the routine business operations to ensure a smooth running of the organization’s resources. Close PanelSuspected Entry: 71% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Maintenance Regular maintenance will be incorporated into the routine business operations to ensure a smooth running of the organization’s resources Source – Another student’s paper Maintenance To ensure that organization’s resources are running smoothly, maintenance activity will be incorporated into the business activities The maintenance will entail updating the plan, revising the document to ensure that the updates are accurately reflected, testing of the updated plan, and training the employees on the existing updates. 1 The maintenance task will be the mandate of the Business Contingency Management Team Coordinators. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 75% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx The maintenance task will be the mandate of the Business Contingency Management Team Coordinators Source – Another student’s paper The Business Contingency Management Team Coordinators are in charge of this maintenance task Testing This is the most important part of the plan because without planning there can never be adequate preparedness. There will be regular fractional testing of single components of the recovery plan. Additionally, there will be an annual exercise to assess the competencies of the contingency plan and the recovery facilities. 1 Organization of Disaster Responsible and Recovery The Business Management Team is the primary structural support of business contingency planning at Ideal Fast Foods. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 78% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Organization of Disaster Responsible and Recovery The Business Management Team is the primary structural support of business contingency planning at Ideal Fast Foods Source – Another student’s paper Organization of disaster responsible and recovery The structural support of business contingency planning at My Resource Service Center is the Business Management Team This is the team that will respond in case of a disaster and initiates certain actions to ensure recovery of all the data lost during the disaster. For instance, in case of fire outbreak that razes all the storage facilities of one of the outlet restaurants or even the main inventory, the business management team will ensure that data recovery process is initiated as swift as possible to ensure that the normal business operations resume as soon as is practically possible. McCafferty and Mehta (2006) recommend that data recovery after such disasters should not take more than one month. This implies that the organization needs to put in place a reliable data recovery and backup system. 1 Business Contingency Team. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Business Contingency Team Source – Another student’s paper Business contingency team The two primary organs of the Ideal Fast Foods business contingency plan are the Business Contingency Management Team (BCMT) and the Functional Area Recovery Management (FARM) alongside the support teams. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 69% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx The two primary organs of the Ideal Fast Foods business contingency plan are the Business Contingency Management Team (BCMT) and the Functional Area Recovery Management (FARM) alongside the support teams Source – Another student’s paper the Functional Area Recovery Management (FARM) and the Business Contingency Management Team (BCMT) together with support teams In case of an eventuality, BCMT ensures overall support while FARM ensures recovery of the essential resources and task. The Business Contingency Management Team includes all the high-ranking managers at Ideal Fast Foods as shown in the following list: i. 1 Information Security Officer. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 99% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Information Security Officer Source – Another student’s paper · Information Security Officer ii. 1 Director, Telecommunications Systems. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Director, Telecommunications Systems Source – Another student’s paper · Director, Telecommunications Systems iii. Safety Office iv. Director, Ideal Fast Foods Company News Office v. Director, Physical Plant vi. 1 Director, Operations, and Systems. Close PanelSuspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Director, Operations, and Systems Source – Another student’s paper · Director, Operations, and Systems vii. 1 Director of Insurance and Legal Affairs. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 73% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Director of Insurance and Legal Affairs Source – Another student’s paper · Director, Physical Plant · Director of Insurance and Legal Affairs viii. 5 Director, Distributed Computing, and Network Services. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 67% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Director, Distributed Computing, and Network Services Source – Another student’s paper · Director, Urban Outfitters News Office · Director, Distributed Computing and Network Services ix. Manager, Audit Division x. 1 Emergency Response Team Institute Support Teams The BCMT generally directs support delivery to ensure recovery of the functional area which is done by the Institute Support Team. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 66% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Emergency Response Team Institute Support Teams The BCMT generally directs support delivery to ensure recovery of the functional area which is done by the Institute Support Team Source – Another student’s paper · Safety Office · Manager, Audit Division · Emergency Response Team Institute support teams Under the general direction of the BCMT, support is delivered to help a functional area’s recovery by Institute Support Team This team work together with FARM of the affected area by a disaster to recovery services and provide the needed assistance at to the institution. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 79% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx This team work together with FARM of the affected area by a disaster to recovery services and provide the needed assistance at to the institution Source – Another student’s paper This team work together with FARM of the affected area by a disaster condition to recovery services and provide help at the Institute level Disaster Response This unit describes six needed responses in case of an eventuality: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 75% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Disaster Response This unit describes six needed responses in case of an eventuality Source – Another student’s paper Disaster Response This unit describes six needed responses to a disaster i. 1 Detect the problem and regulate it. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 77% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Detect the problem and regulate it Source – Another student’s paper · Detect and regulate a problem condition ii. Send notice to the parties responsible for the recovery iii. Initiate the BCP. iv. 1 Activate the chosen spot area. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Activate the chosen spot area Source – Another student’s paper · Activate the chosen spot area v. 1 Broadcast Public Information. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Broadcast Public Information Source – Another student’s paper · Broadcast Public Information vi. 1 Deliver support services to aid reclamation. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Deliver support services to aid reclamation Source – Another student’s paper · Deliver support services to aid reclamation Disaster Recovery Strategy There are certain degrees of disaster that can even disable the main data center. Thus they must be treated meticulously. Therefore, Disaster recovery Strategy is the area that offers the main server and the main computer to Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company’s administrative applications. 1 Disaster recovery occurs in three phases; Close Panel Suspected Entry: 79% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Disaster recovery occurs in three phases Source – Another student’s paper Three phases of disaster recovery are Phase I: Emergency Phase-Incident response (IRP) This is where the recovery process initiates the very first response to the problem at hand. It is the phase in which the disaster management deploys an emergency response to safeguard human life and property. The available techniques are deployed to establish and enhance security and safety in the areas affected by the disaster. Notification is sent to the BCMT member on duty so that they immediately begin to assess the situation. If the disaster has affected the main data center, the person on duty having been put on notice activates the BCMT so that the recovery process begins. 1 However, if the estimated disaster is negligible, the data recovery process will be initiated under the normal restoration procedures for Information System. Close PanelSuspected Entry: 66% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx However, if the estimated disaster is negligible, the data recovery process will be initiated under the normal restoration procedures for Information System Source – Another student’s paper In case estimated disaster is small, recovery will be started under normal Information Systems restoration procedures To ensure that the company is ready for the changes, the BCMT is left active until the restoration is complete. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 69% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx To ensure that the company is ready for the changes, the BCMT is left active until the restoration is complete Source – Another student’s paper The BCMT remains active until the restoration is complete to make sure that the company will be ready in the event changes Phase II: Backup Phase At this phase, the most appropriate FARM team plan for outages is initiated so that the processing of vital applications resumes processing. The resumption of these processes occurs at the main data center or the designated hotspot. Phase III: Recovery Phase-Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) Recovery of the processing area may take any length of time from a few days to several months to guarantee complete reestablishment of the normal processes. The time taken will depend on the injury caused by the tragedy. 2 Policy Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company has designated to adopt the BCP codes established in NIST SP 800-34 “Continuity Planning Guide for Federal Information Systems,” Close Panel Suspected Entry: 86% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Policy Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company has designated to adopt the BCP codes established in NIST SP 800-34 “Continuity Planning Guide for Federal Information Systems,” Source – Another student’s paper · Policy New Horizons Footwear Company has designated to adopt the BCP codes established in NIST SP 800-34 “Continuity Planning Guide for Federal Information Systems,” 1 as a certified policy for this domain (Myers, 2011). Close Panel Suspected Entry: 79% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx as a certified policy for this domain (Myers, 2011) Source – Another student’s paper as a certified policy for this domain 2 The subsections below highlight planning standards that comprise Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company policy. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 71% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx The subsections below highlight planning standards that comprise Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company policy Source – Another student’s paper The subsections below highlight planning standards that comprise New Horizons Footwear Company policy i. 1 CP-1 Contingency Planning Procedures: Close PanelSuspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx CP-1 Contingency Planning Procedures Source – Another student’s paper · CP-1 Contingency Planning Procedures All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems must develop, adopt an official, documented contingency planning procedure that concerns scope, purpose, roles, management commitment and responsibility. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 82% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems must develop, adopt an official, documented contingency planning procedure that concerns scope, purpose, roles, management commitment and responsibility Source – Another student’s paper All My Resource Service Center Business Systems must develop, adopt an official, documented contingency planning procedure that concerns scope, purpose, roles, management commitment and responsibility ii. 1 CP-2 Contingency Plan: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx CP-2 Contingency Plan Source – Another student’s paper · CP-2 Contingency Plan 2 All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems must develop a continuity plan for the company information assets. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 75% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems must develop a continuity plan for the company information assets Source – Another student’s paper All New Horizons Footwear Company Business Systems must develop a continuity plan for the company information assets iii. 1 CP-3 Continuity Training: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx CP-3 Continuity Training Source – Another student’s paper · CP-3 Continuity Training 2 All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems ought to train employees in their continuity responsibilities regarding information. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 77% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems ought to train employees in their continuity responsibilities regarding information Source – Another student’s paper All New Horizons Footwear Company Business Systems ought to train employees in their continuity responsibilities regarding information iv. 1 CP-4 Continuity Plan Testing and Exercises: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 99% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx CP-4 Continuity Plan Testing and Exercises Source – Another student’s paper · CP-4 Continuity Plan Testing and Exercises 2 All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems should test the continuity plan for the data asset yearly to determine the Plan’s efficiency. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 80% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems should test the continuity plan for the data asset yearly to determine the Plan’s efficiency Source – Another student’s paper All New Horizons Footwear Company Business Systems should test the continuity plan for the data asset yearly to determine the Plan’s efficiency v. 1 CP-5 Alternate Processing site: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx CP-5 Alternate Processing site Source – Another student’s paper · CP-5 Alternate Processing site 2 All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems must come up with a substitute processing spot of comprising necessary agreements to allow the resumption of data asset operations for vital mission and business function. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 87% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems must come up with a substitute processing spot of comprising necessary agreements to allow the resumption of data asset operations for vital mission and business function Source – Another student’s paper All New Horizons Footwear Company Business Systems must come up with a substitute processing spot of comprising necessary agreements to allow the resumption of data asset operations for vital mission and business function vi. 1 CP-6 Telecommunication services: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx CP-6 Telecommunication services Source – Another student’s paper · CP-6 Telecommunication services All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems must deploy alternative telecommunication services including the appropriate contracts which allow the information asset operations to resume, and the resumption of normal business operations (Sikich, 2008). Close Panel Suspected Entry: 63% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems must deploy alternative telecommunication services including the appropriate contracts which allow the information asset operations to resume, and the resumption of normal business operations (Sikich, 2008) Source – Another student’s paper All My Resource Service Center Business Systems must deploy alternative telecommunication services including necessary agreements to allow the resumption of information asset operations for essential missions and business vii. 1 CP-7 Information Systems Back-up: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx CP-7 Information Systems Back-up Source – Another student’s paper · CP-7 Information Systems Back-up 2 All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems ought to conduct backup for user-level and system-level. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 76% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems ought to conduct backup for user-level and system-level Source – Another student’s paper All New Horizons Footwear Company Business Systems ought to conduct backup for user-level and system-level viii. 1 CP-8 Information System Recovery and Reconstitution: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx CP-8 Information System Recovery and Reconstitution Source – Another student’s paper · CP-8 Information System Recovery and Reconstitution All Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company Business Systems ought to restore the normal state of the assets after a disaster. 1 Hypothetical Scenario This scenario bases on data denial incidence and follows the following steps: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Hypothetical Scenario This scenario bases on data denial incidence and follows the following steps Source – Another student’s paper Hypothetical scenario This scenario bases on data denial incidence and follows the following steps i. Disaster detection ii. 6 Notification of the disaster. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 69% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Notification of the disaster Source – Another student’s paper · Disaster recognition · Notification of the tragedy 5 All personnel within Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company are informed of the existence of the disaster. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 68% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx All personnel within Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company are informed of the existence of the disaster Source – Another student’s paper All personnel within Vision Footwear Center Company are informed of the existence of the disaster 1 Initiation of a continuity plan. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Initiation of a continuity plan Source – Another student’s paper Initiation of a continuity plan The BCMT will start operation on the disaster adhering the following steps: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 99% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx The BCMT will start operation on the disaster adhering the following steps Source – Another student’s paper The BCMT will start operation on the disaster adhering the following steps i. 1 activation of the designated site ii. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 62% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx activation of the designated site ii Source – Another student’s paper · activation of designated site · Dissemination of public information Dissemination of public information. 2 Discussions and meetings are conducted together with the personnel department with the aim of planning the recovery process. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Discussions and meetings are conducted together with the personnel department with the aim of planning the recovery process Source – Another student’s paper Discussions and meetings are conducted together with the personnel department with the aim of planning the recovery process iii. 1 Disaster recovery process. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Disaster recovery process Source – Another student’s paper · Disaster recovery process Recovery efforts are lounged to support the critical application within two hours. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 99% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Recovery efforts are lounged to support the critical application within two hours Source – Another student’s paper Recovery efforts are lounged to support the critical application within two hours Ethical concerns According to Chandler and Robert (2014), an ethical concern refers to moral grounds that persons must do or should not do. Close PanelSuspected Entry: 96% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Ethical concerns According to Chandler and Robert (2014), an ethical concern refers to moral grounds that persons must do or should not do Source – Another student’s paper Ethical concerns According to Chandler and Robert an ethical concern refers to moral grounds that persons must do or should not do 2 For Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company in contingency planning, ought to adhere to outlined procedures in its contingency plan for disaster management in case of its occurrence. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 76% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx For Ideal Fast Foods Limited Company in contingency planning, ought to adhere to outlined procedures in its contingency plan for disaster management in case of its occurrence Source – Another student’s paper For New Horizons Footwear Company in contingency planning, ought to adhere to outlined procedures in its contingency plan during disaster management in case of its occurrence (Wallace & Webber, 2011) 1 References Chandler, & Robert. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx References Chandler, & Robert Source – Another student’s paper References Chandler, & Robert (2014). 1 Planning for Integrity continuity. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Planning for Integrity continuity Source – Another student’s paper Planning for Integrity continuity In Chandler, & Robert, Business and Corporate Integrity: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx In Chandler, & Robert, Business and Corporate Integrity Source – Another student’s paper In Chandler, & Robert, Business and Corporate Integrity Sustaining Organizational Compliance (pp. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Sustaining Organizational Compliance (pp Source – Another student’s paper Sustaining Organizational Compliance (pp 107-112). ABC-CLIO. Mall, R. (2009). 1 Real-Time Systems: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Real-Time Systems Source – Another student’s paper Real-Time Systems Theory and Practice. Close PanelSuspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Theory and Practice Source – Another student’s paper Theory and PracticeNew York City: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx New York City Source – Another student’s paper New York City Pearson Education India. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Pearson Education India Source – Another student’s paper Pearson Education India 7 McCafferty, J., & Mehta, ‎. Close Panel Suspected Entry: 100% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx McCafferty, J., & Mehta, ‎ Source – Another student’s paper McCafferty, J., & Mehta, ‎ (2006). 7 Contingency Plan Template Suite for HIPAA BIA, BCP, and DRP: Close Panel Suspected Entry: 99% match Uploaded – ContingencyPlanninginAction1.docx Contingency Plan Template Suite for HIPAA BIA, BCP, and DRP Source – Another student’s paper Contingency Plan Template Suite for HIPAA BIA, BCP, and DRP Business Impact. 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