Course: Business Continuity Planning & Disaster Recovery Planning
Due Date – 2 days
“Week Discussion – Certifications”
Post: Compose and submit well-written paragraphs that contain a minimum of 200 words, which address the following:
Organizations’ disaster recovery and business continuity plans are considered certified when they satisfy the certification criteria for some published standards. Identify two of these standards and describe the framework for each.
The post should include adequate citations and references that adhere strictly to the APA format.
Reading – Chapter 14 of the following text: Wallace, M., & Webber, L. (2018). The disaster recovery handbook: a step-by-step plan to ensure business continuity and protect vital operations, facilities, and assets. New York, NY: AMACOM. ISBN-13: 978-0814438763
The recommended standard writing style for the school, and this course is the American Psychological Association (APA) format. Refer to the following link for more information on how to use of APA style: https://ucumberlands.app.box.com/v/apa-style-guide
Other resources include the School Library and the Purdue OWL APA resource, available in the following link: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/apa_style/apa_formatting_and_style_guide/general_format.html
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