The Disaster Recovery Plan is not just a requirement for the GDPR: it is necessary for the good sense of entrepreneurship. Many wonder what disaster recovery is. We can start by saying that it is not the backup disaster recovery, as it is not the business continuity.
The definition of disaster recovery requires many considerations, such as RTO disaster recovery, disaster recovery minimum distance, cloud disaster recovery, and so on. All this depends on a few questions that relate to: how long an organization can stay, it has locations in the area, economic availability. In essence, there is never a single IT disaster recovery solution, or a "real" disaster recovery strategy. There are several versions of the disaster recovery plan that we build with the customer together. And let's not forget the disaster recovery test: it's like civil protection: to be ready at the moment we must have tried things first. Disaster recvoery as a service is also an alternative to evaluate.
Download the DR guide that Zerto and 3CiME have prepared together.