Do you know the difference between a Disaster Recovery Plan (DRP) and Cyber Recovery Plan?
The first difference is that a Cyber Recovery Plan responds to a cyber attack and due to its characteristics, any backup information that is constantly connected to a network is on risk and can be vulnerated, as it happens with redundant storage systems and instant replicas.
For this reason, the recovery from a cyber attack tends to be based on the restoration of isolated backups, sometimes with a lag of more than a day. 💾
Cyber Resilience is another branch of Organizational Resilience and Business Continuity. That is why the usual recovery plans do not work in these scenarios.
The following infographic shows the differences in more detail: