The BIA, BCP, and IRP documents you developed earlier in the course collectively provide a cradle-to-grave means of detecting, responding to, and recovering from an incident. Combining all of these documents to include a Disaster Recovery Plan can help a business become more resilient and recover from threats in minimal time.

BackgroundThe BIA, BCP, and IRP documents you developed earlier in the course collectively provide a cradle-to-grave means of detecting, responding to, and recovering from an incident. Combining all of these documents to include a Disaster Recovery Plan can help a business become more resilient and recover from threats in minimal time.
Deliverables1) Write a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) to identify how the business will return to normal operations following a disaster. Include the BIA, BCP, and IRP from previous units to provide a formal body of evidence. One way to think of the DRP is the reverse of a BCP. Instead of finding alternate ways to keep the business running, the DRP culminates the incident response process by detailing how a company’s business functions will return to normal as if nothing ever happened. Note: Sometimes, this may require a definition of what the new “normal” is. Expected 1250-word minimum (at least 5 pages) in APA format.
2) Your Disaster Recovery Plan should include, at a minimum:a) A copy of the Business Impact Analysis (BIA)b) A copy of the Business Continuity Plan (BCP)c) A copy of the Incident Response Plan (IRP)d) Details of how business functions will resume normal operationse) A final analysis of how these documents will safeguard the organization’s informationf) Lessons learned throughout the process
APA RequirementsPaper must be in APA format and include title page, running head, in-text citations, introduction, major section headings, conclusion, and references page.