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Foreword xix Introduction 1 Part I: Getting Started with Disaster Recovery 7 Chapter 1: Understanding Disaster Recovery 9 Chapter 2: Bootstrapping the DR Plan Effort 29 Chapter 3: Developing and Using a Business Impact Analysis 51 Part II: Building Technology Recovery Plans 75 Chapter 4: Mapping Business Functions to Infrastructure 77 Chapter 5: Planning User Recovery 97 Chapter 6: Planning Facilities Protection and Recovery129 Chapter 7: Planning System and Network Recovery 153 Chapter 8: Planning Data Recovery 173 Chapter 9: Writing the Disaster Recovery Plan 197 Part III: Managing Recovery Plans 215 Chapter 10: Testing the Recovery Plan 217 Chapter 11: Keeping DR Plans and Staff Current241 Chapter 12: Understanding the Role of Prevention 263 Chapter 13: Planning for Various Disaster Scenarios 285 Part IV: The Part of Tens 305 Chapter 14: Ten Disaster Recovery Planning Tools307 Chapter 15: Eleven Disaster Recovery Planning Web Sites 315 Chapter 16: Ten Essentials for Disaster Planning Success323 Chapter 17: Ten Benefits of DR Planning331 Index 33
Peter H. Gregory, CISA, CISSP, is the author of fifteen books on security and technology, including Solaris Security (Prentice Hall), Computer Viruses For Dummies (Wiley), Blocking Spam and Spyware For Dummies (Wiley), and Securing the Vista Environment (O'Reilly). Peter is a security strategist at a publicly-traded financial management software company located in Redmond, Washington. Prior to taking this position, he held tactical and strategic security positions in large wireless telecommunications organizations. He has also held development and operations positions in casino management systems, banking, government, non-profit organizations, and academia since the late 1970s. He's on the board of advisors for the NSA-certified Certificate program in Information Assurance & Cybersecurity at the University of Washington, and he's a member of the board of directors of the Evergreen State Chapter of InfraGard.