4Gid’s Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Policy
4Gid is committed to safeguarding the interests of its customers and employees in the event of an emergency or significant business disruption. 4Gid has developed a Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery (BC&DR) Plan that addresses its response to the events that could significantly disrupt its business. The source of the disruption may be internal such as loss of key staff or systems failure, or it might be an external influence such as natural disasters, power outages, other extraordinary events or even the business failure of one of our key suppliers. The plan provides framework to recover key business systems and processes to be able to provide business critical functions and vital services.
Policies and Procedures:
4Gid has developed a set of operating policies and procedures that guide how the organization will manage its employees, facilities, mission critical systems and data files, and private and confidential data in the event of a significant business disruption or disaster occurring. There is a designated Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery (BC&DR) Team that is responsible for implementation of these policies and procedure in the organizaton. In the event of a significant business disruption that would render our current location inaccessible or inoperable, our BC&DR Plan directs the Team to first ensure the safety and security of all employees, to protect sensitive, private and confidential information regarding our cients, to protect other property and equipment that are critical to conducting business and then to restore business operations to normal at one of several predetermined alternative sites. The BC&DR Plan is maintained both at our main office location and Disaster Recovery Site.
BC&DR Plan is designed to allow us to resume operations as quickly as possible depending on the scope and severity of the disruption.