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IT DISASTER RECOVERY
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IT disaster recovery with
INDART Professional®

The INDART Professional® solution makes it easy to set up and maintain process-oriented IT disaster recovery plans. A structured, logical procedure guides you through the implementation and offers automated support options. Data such as the IT infrastructure or HR data are uploaded to the solution with a single click using importers and interfaces. Automatic resubmission ensures the data is up to date. A list of personnel and their corresponding responsibilities helps prevent “head monopolies”. Comprehensive analysis and report functions serve as proof for accountants or auditors and can be easily exported using the software.

 

The shared database for ISMS, IT disaster recovery and data protection enables the straightforward use of company data created only once, such as data on processes, personnel and infrastructure.

 

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Benefits

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STRUCTURED
Clear process determined by the software

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EFFICIENT
Various import options and connection to available systems

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UP TO DATE
Update data with a single click

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LEGALLY COMPLIANT
Compliant with ISO/IEC 27001 and BSI 100-4 as well as accounting-compliant and audit-proof

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CLEAR AND UNEQUIVOCAL
Identifies “head monopolies” by displaying personnel responsibilities

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TRANSPARENT
Representation of dependencies between processes, services and IT

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COMPREHENSIVE
Task management and web module for structured data maintenance

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CUSTOMIZED
Individualized IT disaster recovery and IT operating manual

IT disaster recovery with INDART Professional®

  • Step 1 | Processes Incorporation of core processes with categorisation of data criticality and specification of failure scenarios
  • Step 2 | Damage impact analysis Definition of the extent of the damage and any subsequent impacts
  • Step 3 | Legal obligations Consideration of legal issues for certain emergency situations, depending on the extent of the damage and any subsequent impacts
  • Step 4 | Personnel data Listing of internal and external employees responsible for restoring the IT systems and for managing emergency situations
  • Step 5 | Personnel allocation Allocation of personnel to crisis committees and emergency teams
  • Step 6 | Documents/images Entry of all of the restart-relevant systems including IT systems, rooms, buildings, applications, interfaces and organisational measures
  • Step 7 | IT infrastructure Entry of all of the restart-relevant systems including IT systems, rooms, buildings, applications, interfaces and organisational measures
  • Step 8 | Infrastructural allocation Linking of previously entered IT infrastructure with business-critical processes and creation of restart procedures