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CISSP考试指南笔记:7.9 灾难恢复

CISSP考试指南笔记:7.9 灾难恢复

The recovery time objective (RTO) is the maximum time period within which a business process must be restored to a designated service level after a disaster to avoid unacceptable consequences associated with a break in business continuity.

The work recovery time (WRT) is the remainder of the overall MTD value after the RTO has passed.

The recovery point objective (RPO) is the acceptable amount of data loss measured in time.

The RTO, RPO, and WRT values are critical to understand because they will be the basic foundational metrics used when determining the type of recovery solutions a company must put into place.

The BCP team has to figure out what the company needs to do to actually recover the processes and services it has identified as being so important to the organization overall.

The team needs to actually define the recovery processes, which are sets of predefined activities that will be implemented and carried out in response to a disaster. More importantly, these processes must be constantly re-evaluated and updated as necessary to ensure that the organization meets or exceeds the MTDs.

Business Process Recovery


A business process is a set of interrelated steps linked through specific decision activities to accomplish a specific task.

The BCP team must understand the following about critical business processes:

  • Required roles
  • Required resources
  • Input and output mechanisms
  • Workflow steps
  • Required time for completion
  • Interfaces with other processes

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