In information security, companies seek to avoid or reduce the consequences of latent risks through a Disaster Recovery Plan, with the objective that the organization has continuity while the problem is restored

Rule 3-2-1

It works for all types of data (individual and corporate) and all kinds of environments (physical and virtual)

Have at least three copies of your primary data, which means you should have at least two additional backup copies

Perform two different types of storage; such as internal hard drives or removable storage media (tapes, external hard drives, USB drives, SD cards, CDs, DVDs or even floppy disks), as well as two internal hard drives in different locations

Store backup copies on an external medium in a service provider infrastructure

Recovery Objective

They are the most important parameters in the strategy of a DRP and serve to choose an optimal backup plan

It is the amount of data that a company can afford to lose and still continue to operate if it suffers from downtime.

It is the time that a business needs to recover its systems after inactivity caused by an incident

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