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Reinforcing Data, Not Bunkers: A New Era of Data-Centric COOP Planning

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In 2007, President Bush enacted National Security Presidential Directive-51, which stipulated all executive agencies and departments must prepare and implement continuity of operations (COOP) plans. As the government has moved its operations online and into the digital era, the need to ensure continuous access to information technology (IT) systems and vital electronic data during emergencies has grown ever more important.

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  • How prepared agencies and federal leaders are for a variety of COOP scenarios
  • How COOP planners are preparing to protect and maintain data continuity
  • The most popular and highly rated COOP strategies to protect sensitive information
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