Business Continuity & IT Disaster Recovery Compliance
It's one thing to have a power outage that lasts a few minutes and another to have a widespread technological glitch that can prevent business as usual for several hours or even days. Some businesses need to determine what regulatory responsibilities they must adhere to in the event of a recovery event to avoid potential fines and litigation. If you have a regulatory finding that must be addressed or need help determining what regulatory responsibilities you must adhere to, contact one of our business continuity consultants. We are Always Happy to Help.
Audit & Compliance
If you have had major changes in departments or functions, such as the introduction of a new product, implementation of a new system, application conversions, or significant changes in organization or staff, we can review the results of internal control processes and analyze financial or operational data for any impact on business resilience.
Let's ensure your Business Continuity, IT Disaster Recovery & Risk Management Program meet regulatory compliance, e.g. FFIEC, FDIC, PCI, GLBA, NCUA, OCC, OTS, HIPPA.
Third-Party Program Validation
If you have a Business Continuity, IT Disaster Recovery or Risk Management Program that requires Third Party Assessment, we can help.
Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS)
Secure Mobile Data Once and For All
The rise of the mobile workforce has made it challenging for businesses to properly protect data that is created on mobile devices. Simplifying data protection for laptops and mobile devices begins with having the ability to provide backup to your mobile workforce, and having one place to manage all of those devices in terms of data protection.
Protect All Your Roaming Endpoints
Remver Business Continuity Consulting protects all your mobile devices including laptops, tablets, and smart phones – no matter where they roam. But, we also protect all your servers –physical and virtual – too. So, instead of using multiple backup solutions to protect different device types, you can use a single solution to protect everything.
Backup without Disruption
Backups shouldn’t disrupt your users’ work experience or become intrusive. Remver Business Continuity Consulting runs silently and delivers immediate data access to maximize productivity. Even over weak WiFi or cellular data connections, Remver Business Continuity Consulting provides advanced technology to optimize performance over these low bandwidth roadblocks so data is continuously protected.
Data Loss Prevention
Lost or stolen mobile devices are the most common source of reported data leaks. Easily locate lost or stolen devices with the best virtual Sherlock Holmes. Our software uses the mobile device’s IP address so you can trace the device’s location anywhere in the world and lets you delete any business-critical data on remote devices with push-button ease. Keep calm and carry on.
All Your Devices Secured Against Loss or Breach
Remver Business Continuity Consulting can protect and govern mobile data easily, eliminating the load on your resources. We will manage all aspects of backup for all devices, provide an automated process for installation and mass deployment, and give you full data visibility when you need it.
Whether you need to backup BYOD data, geo-locate a device, or selectively remote wipe a device, Remver Business Continuity Consulting can ensure complete protection of your critical business data.
Disaster Recovery - Top Features & Benefits
15-Minute Failover. Guaranteed
Our disaster recovery service guarantees a 15-minute failover. You can bring any system back online, in our cloud, from the time of disaster – in 15 minutes or less
Drag & Drop Orchestration
Use our drag-and-drop, graphical orchestration workflow editor to specify the order in which machines are recovered, create groups of machines to boot simultaneously, and to ensure a smooth, stress-free system recovery
Failover Locally or in the Cloud
For Windows and Linux environments, virtual or physical, administrators can boot up VMs from the local appliance or our cloud, with RDP or VNC access
Don’t pay the ransom. Quickly recover operations by restoring a clean, uninfected version of your files, applications and systems
We publish our actual recovery times to document just how fast we can recover systems. Check out our CloudBoot™ Histogram and discover the fastest DRaaS solution on the market
Replicate your data to our cloud, a private cloud, or third-party clouds such as Google Cloud, AWS, Azure, or IBM Bluemix
Unlimited Disaster Recovery Testing
Perform unlimited DR tests without having to formally declare a disaster or incur additional costs. Our orchestration functionality lets you test system dependencies before a real emergency hits
Virtual & Physical Environments
We protect all of your data from physical and virtualize environments including Windows, Linux, VMware, Hyper-V, and KVM
Easy to deploy, easy to use, and easy to support. System configuration and management can also be performed centrally, regardless of how distributed the systems are to be protected
Cloud Backup - Top Features & Benefits
Anomaly detection that proactively notifies you when the changed file count surpasses a specified threshold. These early warnings can limit the amount of damage inflicted by ransomware while also pinpointing the time of infection
Unlimited Version History
While some providers won’t let you access every previously saved iteration of your files (e.g., only versions from the past 15 days), we provide an unlimited version history without such restrictions
We encrypt files with AES 256-bit encryption before being transferred over a secure SSL (AES 256 bit) to one of our top-tier data centers. For added security and privacy, we offer an exclusive, double blind encryption method that gives you, and only you, access to decrypt data
Road Warriors & Branch Offices
For many IT organizations, protecting mobile devices and laptops for remote users and branch offices is a major headache. With us, you can protect all of your data - - no matter where it resides
You can mass deploy backup agents to branch office laptops, desktops, and mobile devices. You can even integrate your deployment with Active Directory to automatically create accounts
End-to-end Cyber Security Services
Our Cyber Security experts help clients in every step of the way toward Cyber Resilience. For immediate assistance on a data breach, Contact Us at 940-573-6837.
Cyber incidents can have a financial, operational, legal, and reputational impact.
Recent high-profile cyber attacks demonstrate that cyber incidents can significantly affect capital and earnings. Costs may include forensic investigations, public relations campaigns, legal fees, consumer credit monitoring, and technology changes. As such, we can help you integrate cybersecurity throughout your institution as part of the enterprise-wide governance processes, information security, business continuity, and third-party risk management.
Inherent Risk Assessment
The Inherent Risk Assessment is based on 5 Categories:
- Technologies and Connection Types
- Delivery Channels
- Online/Mobile Products and Technology Services
- Organizational Characteristics
- External Threats
Cybersecurity Maturity Assessment
- Cyber Risk Management and Oversight
- Threat Intelligence and Collaboration
- Cybersecurity Controls
- External Dependency Management
- Cyber Incident Management and Resilience
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Business Continuity Assessment, Design & Impact Analysis
Business Continuity Assessment and Design
Traditional methods of business continuity planning are not adequately meeting the needs of the increasingly complex challenges of today. Adaptive business continuity is moving away from checking a box towards a proactive approach to limit any unexpected interruption of service.
There is a growing need to be proactive instead of reactive to the increasing threats that are undermining business operations. Assessing and revamping of a business continuity program ensures that organizations are prepared when an incident causes potential disruption.
Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
Inadvertent human error. Hardware failure. Loss of power. Cyber-attacks and malware. Businesses experience data loss for a variety of reasons, many of them unexpected. Whether it's something as simple as an employee opening an infected email or a natural disaster such as a major hurricane, it's essential to have plans in place to minimize the length and the resulting impact of any disruption. Business impact analysis is a component of business continuity planning that predicts the potential impact of a disruption of services within a business and gathers information needed to develop recovery strategies.
Our Business Continuity, IT Disaster Recovery & Risk Management Team can help you align your business requirements with IT recovery capabilities; during this process, we will help you identify and prioritize your critical business processes and functions.
Business Continuity Plan (BCP)
A Business Continuity Plan (BCP) is the process of creating a system of prevention and recovery in the event of a significant disruption, whether caused by a flood, fire, or any other disaster. The BCP is developed in advance and involves input from company executives and key personnel.
Many BCPs use decision trees to help employees become familiar with a variety of potential disasters that could trigger a business continuity event and what actions need to be taken for every process and function that could be adversely affected.
Our Business Continuity, IT Disaster Recovery & Risk Management Consultants can help you identify contingencies for business processes, assets, human resources, business partners, supply chain management & third-party vendors.
IT Disaster Recovery Plan Development, Training & Awareness
Assessment & IT Disaster Recovery Plan Development
IT disaster recovery is one of the top disaster concerns in the 21st century. With files and processes becoming increasingly digital, there are many more problems to be concerned about in addition to the typical natural disasters and general business failures. In the digital space alone, businesses must protect themselves from corrupted data, hackers, malware, ransomware, damaged hardware, internet/connectivity issues, and more.
Our Business Continuity, IT Disaster Recovery & Risk Management Consultants can help you identify your organization's Recovery Point Objectives (RPOs) and Recovery Time Objectives (RTOs) and develop an IT Disaster Recovery Plan suitable and flexible to your organizational needs.
IT Disaster Recovery Training & Awareness
An IT disaster recovery plan is only as good as the employees in charge; therefore, employee training must be performed to ensure employees follow recovery steps in the proper order and a correct manner. The necessary training can vary in time and scope depending on the goals and objectives.
Once we develop your IT Disaster Recovery Plan, let's discuss the roles and responsibilities of the stakeholders by conducting training & awareness sessions.
IT Disaster Recovery Testing & Exercise
When a crisis can happen at any moment, feeling confident that your company has the correct protocol in place is essential. Conducting regular tabletop exercise could give you and your employees peace of mind if a crisis does occur. A tabletop exercise is a discussion and walkthrough in which co-workers get together to examine emergency plans and how they might react in various scenarios. Walkthrough uses a facilitator to guide and sharpen group problem-solving under pressure and elevate your company's preparedness.
Our Business Continuity, IT Disaster Recovery & Risk Management Consultants can help you test the new and existing IT Disaster Recovery Plans. We can also help you with the Internal and Supplier Denial of Service (DoS), Denial of Access (DoA) Tests.
Emergency Management Plan Development, Training & Awareness
Assessment and Plan Development
The increasing frequency in devastating natural disasters such as hurricanes Michael, Maria, and Harvey; coupled with emerging threats such as cyber warfare hitting all levels of companies and government, the public and private sector is leaving more people vulnerable to their effects, especially businesses.
Businesses, large and small, must create a disaster preparedness plan to mitigate these risks and prepare for the possibility of an emergency. There are many ways to prepare for a natural disaster. An easy way to prepare for a natural disaster is to have emergency management, business continuity and IT disaster recovery plans in place.
Training & Awareness
Disaster management is the identification of all potential risk, internal and external, and the organization of resources and responsibilities for dealing with all identifiable threats to lessen the impact.
The goal of disaster management, in particular, is preparedness, response, and recovery to effectively respond to threats such as natural disasters or data breaches and protect the business interests of the organization. Disaster management integrates the disciplines of disaster recovery, crisis management, incident management, emergency response, and contingency planning.
Our Business Continuity, Emergency Management & Risk Management Consultants can help you develop training and awareness suitable and flexible to your organizational needs.
Drills & Exercises
Emergency Management plans should be tested frequently, much in the same way employees are asked to participate in fire drills for their personal safety and regular medical checkups for their health. It comes down to having a workable plan that employees can successfully act upon in times of emergency. Planning is priceless because you never know when you would need to activate your emergency preparedness plan.
A tabletop exercise will help familiarize the organization with the procedures in the occurrence that an emergency does happen. However, a discussion can only do so much to prepare your team, and a more hands-on approach should be taken. Full-scale exercises are the best preparedness techniques a company can use to test high-risk emergency scenarios. Depending on the size of your business, these should be conducted once a year.
If you are required by OSHA, HPP, EM03.01.03, NFPA 5.14 or any other regulatory agency to test your Emergency Management Plan, we can help.
Occupational Safety & Health & Risk Management
Audits, Inspections & Compliance
We can expect employees to exercise their responsibilities for safety by making them aware of the potential for injury, by educating them of any hazardous exposures and prevention procedures developed, and by requiring individual as well as shared accountability for safety.
Our Safety & Risk Management Consultants can help you conduct site audits to ensure facilities' security & regulatory compliance with OSHA and other regulatory agencies.
Written Safety Programs
Have you been tasked to write an Occupational Safety & Health Program? Our Occupational Health & OSHA Consultants can help with new or existing safety, health, and risk management development programs.
Whether you are a small business, a medium-sized company, or a large corporation, we can help further your safety and risk management goals and commitment to care for your people, protect our environment and grow your company.
Physical Hazard Analysis
If you have not conducted a physical hazard and vulnerability analysis, our Occupational Safety & Health consultants can help. Our services are designed to take proactive and preventative steps to improve existing processes or create new ones. Contact Us so we can discuss your needs.