Pertemuan 23-24 Matakuliah: A0214/Audit Sistem Informasi Tahun: 2007.
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Pertemuan 23-24 Matakuliah: A0214/Audit Sistem Informasi Tahun: 2007
Bina Nusantara AUDIT METHODS AND TECHNIQUES FOR OPERATIONS
Bina Nusantara DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN To help a business recover in the wake of an event that disrupts normal business operations.
Bina Nusantara Audit of DRP Steps 1. Steps put in writing 2. Hot site/cold site selected 3. Full and incremental system backups made on a daily or weekly basis 4. Data backed up 5. Test and drills scheduled 6. Data and system backups stored off site 7. Disaster recovery chairperson and committee appointed
Bina Nusantara Audit of DRP Steps 8. Emergency telephone number listed 9. Critical applications identified 10. Operating system, utilities, and application files backed up 11. Insurance coverage in place 12. Communication plan made 13. 13. Up to date system and operation documentation confirmed 14. Employee relocation plan made for alternate work site
Bina Nusantara Audit of DRP Steps 15. Food and water stocked 16. Key personnel positions baked up 17. CPR/first aid education in place 18. Care planned for families in an emergency 19. List made of hardware and software 20. Mission statement drawn up for disaster recovery plan 21. Contractual arrangements signed with cleanup crew to remove debris
Bina Nusantara DRP Tests Begin testing by using desk checks inspections and walk-through A disaster can be simulated at a convenient time. Personnel also might be given prior notice of the test so they are prepared Simulate a disaster without warning
Bina Nusantara Recovery process of the data warehouse Identifying that the database is in an erroneous, damaged, or crashed state Suspending normal processing Determining the source and extent of the damage Taking corrective action like : – Restoring the system resources to a useable state – Correcting the damage or removing invalid data – Restarting or continuing the interrupted process, including the reexecution of interrupted transactions Resuming normal processing