Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning

Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning

Disaster can come in many forms: an extended power outage, a corrupted database, or a vandalized server, not to mention a fire, storm, or earthquake. Moss Adams can help your organization develop an effective plan for continuing business operations in the event of catastrophe. Using our time-tested framework, we work with key members of your organization to develop a robust plan that will perform in a business crisis.

Our disaster recovery planning services include:

  • Ranking key business areas
  • Identifying critical technology functions
  • Performing a business impact analysis
  • Identifying threats (environmental, loss of utility services, equipment failure, etc.)
  • Planning and facilitation
  • Developing written technical documentation
  • Implementing the plan
  • Testing the plan
  • Reviewing the plan and providing quality assurance
  • Performing mock disaster and recovery exercises


In our on-demand webcast, we discuss the difference between business continuity and disaster recovery. We also cover key reasons to develop recovery and continuity plans, strategies for doing so, and a five-step process for creating and implementing continuous operations plans in the event of a natural disaster or security breach.

A cyberattack can compromise your organization’s sensitive data and undermine its ability to operate effectively. Join us for an on-demand webcast on emerging cyberattack trends—and how to safeguard against them—to help decrease your organization’s risk of a breach and prevent operational downtime.

Learn how to identify and protect your company’s sensitive data through employee training, user access reviews, response plans, and more.

Your business may qualify for disaster tax relief if it sustained damage from the California wildfires.

Your business may qualify for disaster tax relief if it sustained hurricane damage during Harvey, Irma, or Maria.

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