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Management considered two projections for its business continuity plan; plan A with two months to
recover and plan B with eight months to recover. The recovery objectives are the same in both
plans. It is reasonable to expect that plan B projected higher:

downtime costs.

resumption costs.

recovery costs.

walkthrough costs.

Since the recovery time is longer in plan B, resumption and recovery costs can be expected to be
lower. Walkthrough costs are not a part of disaster recovery. Since the management considered a
higher window for recovery in plan B, downtime costs included in the plan are likely to be higher.

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