Business continuity planning and Disaster recovery planning for information systems are the most crucial elements of a business that solely relies on technology but are often ignored. Businesses must make a well-structured plan and document for disaster recovery and business continuation, even before a natural calamity or ransomware occurs. Disasters can be short or may last for a long time, but when an organization is ready for any adversity, it thrives hard and survives.
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Kaila currently works as a Cyber Security Compliance Analyst for databrackets. She utilises the tools on databrackets’ portal for providing cyber security risk assessment, general security audit and compliance services for healthcare industry clients with HIPAA / HITECH / OSHA / MIPS requirements. Leveraging NIST framework / guidelines, SOC 2 audit / cloud compliance and GDPR for EU clients.
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My experiences have taught me about the extensive power of creating disaster recovery business continuity plans through conducting risk analysis and documenting processes and procedures to recover and protect a client’s business IT infrastructure in the event of a disaster. These plans included: (1) written incident reports, (2) the procedures an organization is to follow in the event of a disaster, and (3) action plans for coordinating disaster recovery activities/drills, all of which are replicable in organizations like databrackets.
Fun and Personal Stuff
In February 2013, I took time off from my corporate job to help take care of my sister who was going through chemotherapy for her cancer treatment. I also used this time to travel, learn and apply a deeper practice of yoga, meditation, and an ayurvedic lifestyle.
Kaila is a Rotarian and an active member in the local NC chapters of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA) and Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISSACA).