Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How often should my plan be tested?

  2. I just passed an audit does that mean I can recover my entire enterprise successfully?

  3. How often should my recovery plan be updated?

  4. Have alternate sites been located and tested for recoverability?

  5. How detailed should I make my recovery procedures?

  6. How do I know if I am in compliance with the important regulations?

  7. Have Recovery Time Objectives been established?

  8. How do I evaluate both the tangible and intangible cost of recovery?

  9. Can I survive with just a technology recovery (DR) plan, or do I need a comprehensive enterprise wide (BCP) plan?

  10. How do I know if I am using the most cost effective and secure method of recovery?

  11. Should I renegotiate my recovery contract and simply renew with the current Vendor or should I see what other Vendors have to offer or look at recovery internally?

  12. How many different options do I have for implementing my recovery plan?

  13. What are the likely scenarios that may impact my business, and do I have plans to address each scenario?

  14. How do I maintain interest throughout the enterprise for business continuity?


For answers to these questions, please feel free to contact CyberVAULT Services


"CyberVault provided Southern Company with valuable insight as we redesigned our Disaster Recovery program. In particular, they gave us suggestions as to the land-mines that a company may want to avoid with contract negotiations."

Doug Smith, IT Enterprise Storage and Disaster Recovery Manager, Southern Company Services

Commercial Accounts

Business continuity management and contingency planning is how an organization prepares for future incidents that could jeopardize the organization's core mission and its long term health. Incidents include local incidents like building fires, regional incidents like earthquakes, or national incidents like pandemic illnesses.

Financial Institutions

CyberVAULT is unique in its recovery planning approach for Community Banks. CyberVAULT Services provides financial institutions with a Business Continuity Management and Contingency Planning process that is conomical and usable. Many community banks rely on successful audits to assure them that a successful recovery program is on place.