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Microsoft and Remver have partnered to offer fully funded Cloud and Security Evaluations. This rapid, data-backed consultative engagement is built to provide actionable insights for your unique IT environment. The engagement will enable businesses to understand risks, find opportunities to optimize and modernize and offer a clear pathway to decreasing the cost and complexity of your IT footprint.
REMVER Consulting and IDX announced a global strategic business partnership that will greatly expand the cooperation between the two companies in providing best-in-class privacy and identity protection, data breach solutions, and professional services to our customers. REMVER Consulting and IDX share the same vision of 100% focus and dedication to protecting their clients. “We are pleased to be international business partners with IDX and look forward to making the digital world a safer place,” said Dr. Claudia E. Tatum, the Chief Executive Officer of REMVER. The REMVER Consulting’s reputation in the market is widely recognized for offering exceptional professional services and security solutions for their customers. IDX is the leading consumer privacy platform built for agility in the digital age. As the nation’s largest provider of data breach response services, IDX is trusted to protect over 40 million consumers. This partnership agreement will enhance our commitment to empower customers to take back control of their privacy and identity,” said Tom Kelly, president and CEO of IDX.
PECB and REMVER Consulting announced a global strategic business partnership that will greatly expand the cooperation between the two companies in proving the utmost educational and professional services to our customers. This partnership agreement is of mutual interest in improving the business services in the market of North America and worldwide and delivering highly recognized training courses and professional services. “We are pleased to be international business partners with REMVER Consulting and look forward to unfolding the strategy of our business professionalism and integrity,” said Eric Lachapelle, the Chief Executive Officer of PECB. “PECB and REMVER Consulting do share the same vision of providing customers with leading training services and professional certifications to satisfy their every need. The REMVER Consulting’s reputation in the market is widely recognized for offering exceptional professional services and educational training courses for their customers. Accordingly, this partnership agreement will facilitate the access to PECB Training Courses.”
REMVER Consulting is a proud supporter and sponsor of DRJ Fall 2020. DRJ Disaster Recovery Journal is the industry’s largest resource for business continuity, disaster recovery, crisis management, and risk management, reaching a global network of business continuity professionals.
REMVER Consulting is happy to announce a Mentoring Program for the Military. The goal is to help Military personnel successfully transition to the civilian workforce.
Dr. Claudia Tatum believes that in the event of pandemic influenza, businesses play a crucial role in protecting employees’ health and safety as well as limiting the negative impact on the economy and society.
Against this backdrop, REMVER Consulting is conducting Complimentary Pandemic Plan Reviews for businesses and is committed to preventing the spread of diseases, and educating businesses around the globe about pandemic preparedness, response, and recovery.
Dr. Tatum contends how REMVER Consulting’s complimentary Pandemic Plan Reviews are their way of giving back to the communities and the world (Tikkun Olam – Repairing the World). “The very least we can do as an organization for Tikkun Olam is to review what organizations already have in place so that together, we can make this world a better and safer place to live and thrive,” she remarks. Read more.
Planning for a crisis is critical. In light of the Texas winter storm and power outages, REMVER IT Consulting is launching complimentary Crisis Management Plan Reviews for Texas businesses. Businesses play a crucial role in protecting employees’ health and safety, as well as limiting the negative impact on the economy and society. Our complimentary crisis/emergency management plan reviews are our way of supporting our communities and the world (Tikkun Olam: Repairing the World).
REMVER IT Consulting is committed to helping limit/prevent the negative impact to the economy and society and educating businesses around the globe about emergency preparedness, response, and recovery. The very least we can do as an organization for Tikkun Olam is to review what organizations already have in place so that together, we can make this world a better and safer place to live and thrive.
REMVER IT Consulting is a proud supporter of the Disabled American Veterans (DAV). Support DAV – Donate Today!
DAV: “Navigating the transition from service to civilian life is not always easy, but we believe no veteran should have to go at it alone. DAV provides a lifetime of support for veterans of all generations and their families, in positive, life-changing ways. We ensure veterans and their families can access the full range of benefits they deserve, provide care and support during tough times, advocate for the veteran community on Capitol Hill, connect veterans with meaningful employment, and so much more…”
Business continuity planning (BCP) is a crucial process for organizations to ensure that essential business functions can continue to operate during and after a disruption or disaster. BCP involves identifying potential risks and threats, analyzing their impact, and developing strategies to mitigate those risks and ensure continuity of operations. This can include creating backup systems, establishing communication protocols, and training employees on emergency procedures. By regularly reviewing and updating the BCP, organizations can improve their resilience and ability to adapt to changing circumstances, ultimately minimizing the impact of disruptions on their business. BCP is an important aspect of risk management and can help prepare organizations for a range of potential disruptions, including natural disasters, cyber attacks, power outages, and other unforeseen events.
A business impact analysis (BIA) is a critical component of business continuity planning (BCP) that helps organizations identify and prioritize their most critical business functions, and assess the potential impact of disruptions on those functions. The BIA involves analyzing the potential consequences of disruptions, such as financial losses, operational impacts, reputational damage, and regulatory or legal consequences. By conducting a BIA, organizations can determine which functions are most critical, and allocate resources accordingly to ensure continuity of operations in the event of a disruption. This can include developing contingency plans, establishing backup systems, and identifying alternate work locations. A BIA is an essential part of BCP, and should be regularly reviewed and updated to ensure it remains current and effective. By conducting a thorough BIA, organizations can improve their resilience and ability to respond to potential disruptions, ultimately minimizing the impact on their business.
Conduct a risk assessment to identify potential risks and threats to your organization, such as natural disasters, cyber attacks, or supply chain disruptions.
Identify your critical business functions and prioritize them based on their importance to your organization’s operations and revenue.
Develop strategies and procedures to ensure continuity of operations in the event of a disruption. This can include creating backup systems, establishing communication protocols, and identifying alternate work locations.
Test and validate the BCP through regular drills and exercises to ensure that it is effective and up-to-date.
Review and update the BCP on a regular basis to ensure it remains current and relevant.
Identify Critical Business Functions: Identify and prioritize the critical business functions that are necessary to keep your organization running. This should be done in collaboration with key stakeholders and should take into account factors such as revenue impact, regulatory requirements, and customer expectations.
Determine Potential Impacts: For each critical business function, determine the potential impacts of a disruption. This should include financial impacts, operational impacts, and any other impacts that could affect your organization’s ability to meet its objectives.
Establish Recovery Objectives: Define recovery objectives for each critical business function. This should include timeframes for resuming operations, resource requirements, and any other relevant information.
Identify Dependencies: Identify the dependencies that each critical business function has on other functions, systems, and resources. This will help to ensure that all critical components are considered in the BIA.
Assess Risk: Assess the likelihood and potential impact of different scenarios that could disrupt critical business functions. This should be based on data, historical trends, and other relevant factors.
Prioritize Recovery: Prioritize the recovery of critical business functions based on their importance and potential impact. This will help to ensure that limited resources are allocated to the most critical functions first.
Document the BIA: Document the BIA in a clear and concise manner, making sure that all key stakeholders have a clear understanding of the results.
Review and Update: Review and update the BIA on a regular basis to ensure that it remains current and relevant.
A disaster recovery plan is a comprehensive set of policies, procedures, and processes designed to help an organization recover its IT systems and infrastructure in the event of a disaster or other unexpected event. The IT DRP outlines the steps that must be taken to restore critical IT functions, including data backup and recovery, hardware and software restoration, and network and system availability.
Determine the cost of the BC/DR planning: This includes the cost of any hardware, software, infrastructure, and personnel required to implement and maintain the plan.
Determine the benefits of the BC/DR planning: This includes the potential cost savings from reduced downtime, increased productivity, and improved customer satisfaction.
Determine the time period for the ROI calculation: The time period for the ROI calculation should be long enough to capture the benefits of the BC/DR planning.
Calculate the ROI: The formula for ROI is: (Net Benefit / Cost) x 100. The net benefit is the total benefit minus the cost of BC/DR planning.
For example, if the cost of BC/DR planning is $50,000, and the potential benefits are $100,000 over a period of 3 years, the net benefit would be $50,000 ($100,000 – $50,000). The ROI would be (50,000 / 50,000) x 100 = 100%.
A positive ROI indicates that the investment in BC/DR planning is profitable, while a negative ROI indicates that the investment is not profitable. It’s important to note that ROI is just one metric to consider when evaluating the effectiveness of BC/DR planning, and other factors such as risk mitigation and regulatory compliance should also be taken into account.
Recovery Time Objective (RTO) is the maximum acceptable duration of time within which a business process or an IT system must be restored after a disruption to minimize the impact of the disruption on the organization. In other words, RTO is the time it takes to recover a system or process to a state where it can resume normal operations after an unexpected event such as a natural disaster, equipment failure, or cyberattack.
Recovery Point Objective (RPO) is a metric used in Disaster Recovery planning that defines the maximum acceptable amount of data loss that an organization can tolerate after a disruption. It is an important parameter to consider when developing a Disaster Recovery plan as it helps to determine the appropriate backup and recovery strategies to minimize data loss.
Backup testing: Regularly test your backup and recovery processes to verify that your RPO is achievable. Conduct a mock recovery from your backups to confirm that you can recover the data to a point that is within your RPO.
Data monitoring: Monitor your data sources to ensure that your backups are capturing all data changes within the defined RPO. Utilize tools such as log analysis and monitoring to ensure that all data changes are being backed up and captured.
Recovery testing: Test your recovery procedures to ensure that you can recover your data to the desired point in time. Conduct a mock disaster recovery scenario and verify that your recovery time meets your RPO.
Risk analysis: Perform a risk analysis to identify potential threats and their potential impact on your data and systems. This will help you identify areas where your RPO may need to be adjusted to ensure that your organization can recover from disruptions within an acceptable time frame.
By testing your RPO, you can confirm the effectiveness of your Disaster Recovery plan and ensure that your organization can recover its data to the desired point in time. This will minimize data loss and ensure that your organization can resume normal operations as soon as possible after a disruption.
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