I will pay for the following article Incident Response, Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plans. The work is to be 5 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Nonetheless, many organizations have not designed effective plans for response and recovery from possible incidences which would lead to loss of business continuity (Corrigan, 2008). It thus becomes imperatively necessary to provide evidence and research-based guidelines for effective implementation of incident response and disaster recovery plans for organizations that have employed the use of information and communication technology in their operations.
It is due to the increasing incidents of attacks on information systems and the related security challenges that it is necessary for organizations to achieve maximum precautionary plans for response and recovery from incidences without having any significant impact on the business processes. The lack of effective implementation of incident response and recovery plans has been caused by a lack of specific approaches and strategies for the establishment and application of these plans within the organization. .
Many incidences of failure of business organizations to achieve business continuity after system attacks or breaches are attributed to a disorganized approach to the response and recovery from these attacks (Comfort, Oh, and Ertan, 2009). It is thus argued that proper planning for the response and recovery of organizations from disasters is required for all organizations and institutions (Omar, Alijani and Mason, 2011). In light of this argument, therefore, it is suitable that business organizations are guided in the proper planning of the response approaches and recovery process in cases of attacks to their information systems. The benefit of proper and organized response and recovery plans for various attacks to organizational computer systems is the reduction of the costs and time related to the failure of continuity of business processes (Haddow, Bullock and Coppola, 2011). All organizations require an information system policy which provides the step by step procedure for responding to attacks of the system and the recovery from possible attacks (Kuonqui, 2006). .