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Managing Command, Control, and Communication Risks During Disaster Recovery Operations

Written by  Shane Molinari

Private and public sector organizations continually realize significant security and disaster recovery command, control, and communications (C3) impacts resulting from a lack of actionable governance and processes. Diminished communications between operations staff and stakeholders can lead to significant rework, recovery cost overruns, failed businesses, and stress-related illness, injuries, and death. The goal of this article is to ensure organizational leadership has information that will aid them in recovering more effectively and efficiently. The objective is to provide the reader with a knowledge share and a quality source of intelligence. Introduction The relationships between the disaster recovery operational members regarding the essence of C3 will be highlighted. This is essential in governance to ensure:The disaster recovery project meets the organizational objectives and goals of efficiency and effective operations Sustainable communications and information security management, regarding lines of communications internal and external to the response team, which is needed to prevent rumor mills and suppress unauthorized