1. Introduction to Disaster Recovery 2. Preparing to Develop the Disaster Recovery Plan 3. Assessing Risks in the Enterprise 4. Prioritizing Systems and Functions for Recovery 5. Developing Plans and Procedures 6. Organizing Relationships in Disaster Recovery 7. Procedures for Responding to Attacks on Computers 8. Developing Procedures for Special Circumstances 9. Implementing Disaster Recovery Plans 10. Testing and Rehearsal 11. Continued Assessment of Needs, Threats, and Solutions 12. Living Through a Disaster Appendix A: Disaster Recovery Survey Results Appendix B: Selected Disaster Resources on the World Wide Web
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3.0 out of 5 starsNo Disaster/not bad3 Mar 2010
By Jimmy - Published on Amazon.com
The book is easy to read and to understand. I already read three chapters, they very clear. The questionnaire at the end of the chapter reinforce the material. This is very useful.
3.0 out of 5 starseh18 Jun 2014
By scot torno - Published on Amazon.com
it's a book i needed for my college class, a bit out dated, but still a lot of informative material that is very useful, but its a text book, how high can you really rate a text book
4.0 out of 5 starsUsing it for my class18 Sep 2013
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Good book - enjoying studying it - quite up to date in spite of being an older version. Makes everything clear.
1.0 out of 5 starsGuide To Disaster Recovery5 Sep 2013
By Dan - Published on Amazon.com
I want to say that the reason I took this class is because it was labeled Cyber-terrorism and not disaster recovery. This is a small book, 377 pages including the index and it seems like it goes on and on. This book could have been summed up in three or less chapters and instead is filled with useless information like "Did you know that two out of ten organizations hired an outsider to plan for the organizations disaster recovery?". The bad thing is that the book assumes that you are a complete idiot and goes on to say "Eight out of ten organizations use in house planners for disaster recovery." like we can't do the math. I found this book to be bloated and condescending, one star because paper it's printed on burns rather nicely.
2.0 out of 5 starssnooze fest21 Aug 2013
By W. Stafford - Published on Amazon.com
Professor provided a death by power point and I wanted to to kill or commit suicide. This is one of the most detailed books that is totally over thought out. All the charts begin to blur by the last chapter.