ISO 24762 PDF

Information Technology – Security Techniques – Guidelines for Information and Communications Technology Disaster Recovery Services. ISO/IEC. First edition. Information technology — Security techniques — Guidelines for information and communications technology disaster. ISO defines requirements for implementing, operating, monitoring and maintaining ICT disaster recovery services for ICT disaster recovery and ICT.

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Guidelines for information and communications technology disaster recovery services.

ISO for IT Disaster Recovery – Whittington & Associates

Information security management is the process by which management aims to achieve effective confidentiality, integrity and availability of information and service. When an organization implements an ISMS the risks 247622 interruptions to business activities for any reason should always be identified.

That control objective is supported by controls to be selected and implemented as is of the ISMS process. In planning for business continuity, the fallback arrangements for information processing and communication facilities become beneficial during periods of minor outages and essential for ensuring information and service availability during a disaster or failure for the complete recovery of activities over a period of time.


ISO/IEC business continuity standard

Such fallback arrangements may include arrangements with third parties in the form of reciprocal agreements, or commercial subscription services. It specifies kso requirements for implementing, operating, monitoring and maintaining ICT DR services and facilities, the capabilities which outsourced ICT DR service providers should possess and the practices they should follow.

There is also guidance on selecting a recovery site and advice on continuous service improvement.

The standard is especially suited to internal and outsourced ICT DR service isi of physical facilities and services as it describes the basic practices that ICT DR service providers should consider. Examples of such organization requirements may include special encryption software and secured operation procedures, equipment, knowledgeable personnel and application documentation. Such additional organization specific requirements, if necessary, are generally negotiated on a case-by-case basis and are the subject of detailed contract negotiations between organizations and their ICT DR service providers and are not within the scope of this International Standard.

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BS ISO/IEC 24762:2008

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