Building a Business Impact Analysis (BIA) Process

RECOVERY TIME OBJECTIVES AND RECOVERY POINT OBJECTIVES
[This section asks you to identify the ‘Recovery Time Objectives (RTO) and the ‘Recovery Point Objectives (RPO) for each business/service function. It is
important to give these areas some thought because they will help you to determine the priorities for recovery, the minimum resources required for
recovery and the order of recovery for the different functions.]
[For the different systems used by your organisation, it useful to consider the RPO. This describes the point in time to which data must be restored in order
to be acceptable to the owner(s) of the processes supported by that data. This is often thought of as the time between the last available backup and the
time a disruption could potentially occur. The RPO is established based on the agreed tolerance for loss of data or re-entering of data.]
Function Recovery Time Objective Comments
Insert the name of a function, as
detailed above
This is the boundary of time within which a business
function must be accomplished to avoid the
unacceptable consequences associated with a
disruption (this does not include the resources that are
required).
Recovery Point Objective
Function
B R K F
Comments
Insert the name of a function, as
detailed above
Choose the most appropriate response
KEY
B
Last back-up (generally the previous close of business)
R
Replication (intraday)
K
Last KeyStroke (realtime)
F
Functionality only (data backup not required)
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