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This article is intended to provide a high-level overview of how to conduct full and announced IT business continuity exercise. This overview specifically helps in coordinating a disaster recovery plan (DRP) exercise for an audience who has had a few years’ experience in business continuity.  Disaster recovery (DR) is a subset of business continuity planning (BCP), which refers to plans on how a business should plan for continuing in case of disaster. While, DR refers to how information technology (IT) should recover in case of a disaster.  Developing a DRP is an essential step of any BC program. However, validating…

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