Learn How To Prepare Your IT Team For Any Disaster
Every IT organization should have an Incident Response Plan (IRP.)
It is intended as a guide for IT staff to use in the event that the organization suffers any disaster described in the plan.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) recommends and provides guidance on how to conduct an IRP Tabletop Review. NIST Special Publication 800-84 outlines the importance tabletop exercises to ensure the organization has considered threats to business continuity. The exercise also can reveal the extent to which the IT team understands how they should respond to different kinds of threats and incidents.
Test whether your Incident Response Plan sufficiently addresses likely threats to business continuity
Understand best practices for addressing the threats
that your organization faces
Better understand how Microsoft workloads
can help to mitigate threats
Improve your team’s understanding of and familiarity with the IRP so they are ready to respond to, manage, and recover from disasters
This engagement can be adjusted to help the organization create an
Incident Response Plan in the case that one doesn’t exist and then move
into the Tabletop Review Exercise to ensure the IT team fully understands their responsibilities and how to utilize the IRP in the event of a disaster.
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