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On Risk Management, Business Continuity, and Security
26 July, 2017
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Recovery Period (Definition)

The time between a disaster and the resumption of normal operations.

Note that this is the period when a disaster recovery plan is in effect: it includes the period when operations are being continued by abnormal means — e.g. by working out of an alternative site.

See Also: Minimum Service Level.

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