"I'm an Attorney and Certified IT Engineer."
– Chris Maes
Most information technology (IT) professionals understand that it is not a question of if technology services will fail, it is a question of when. Having a well thought out business continuity plan will keep operations humming when ordinary disruptions arise. Likewise, for catastrophes, a detailed disaster recovery plan will lessen the impact and facilitate a speedy recovery. If your business is located in the Greater Denver Area, the Cyber Law Office of Maes, Ltd. can provide you with legal guidance to prepare for the worst and weather any storm.
A major mistake business leaders make is assuming that the technologies their organizations use will not fail. Even if all the best practices are followed of having network equipment with dual power feeds, RAID 1+0 for storage, and redundant Internet Service Providers (ISPs), things can and will go wrong. Ultimately, the fanciest equipment and best network designs can still be negated by fires, earthquakes, or, as many businesses have recently learned, a pandemic.
Since hoping that things will not go wrong is not an effective strategy, it is incumbent upon a business’s executive management team to plan for the worst. Being caught flatfooted in the aftermath of a service disruption, or bona fide disaster, is not a position any business wants to be in. Establishing and maintaining methodical procedures to respond to business impacting events can be daunting, but it is well worth it. Case in point, when disruptions or disasters occur, while other businesses are grasping at straws trying to stay afloat, businesses that took the time to develop comprehensive business continuity and disaster recovery plans will have the competitive edge.
Retain Maes, Ltd. for Legal Guidance Concerning Best Practices for Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
Attorney Chris Maes is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) trained to help businesses develop and maintain robust business continuity and disaster recovery (BCDR) plans. Chris’s legal training and certified IT expertise are an invaluable asset for organizations that need guidance concerning how their people, processes, procedures, and infrastructure need to respond in the face of adversity.
Whether your business is regulated and required to have contingency plans in place, or you independently want to ensure the resiliency of your organization, Chris can help you accomplish your goals.
When disasters or service disruptions occur, be prepared and know what to do. If your business is located in the Greater Denver Area and you are seeking legal guidance for business continuity and disaster recovery, contact the Cyber Law Office of Maes, Ltd. Schedule a consultation today by calling (720) 248-8252 or by using the form below.