Take Our Disaster Recovery Quiz

Regulators require financial institutions to prepare for disasters and have Disaster Recovery (DR) plans in place that ensure key products and services remain available to customers and members after a crisis. Are you adequately prepared for storms, pandemics, natural disasters, or any other business outages?
Disaster Recovery - Preparing for the Storm
How often do you test your DR plan?
How tough is this test to complete?
How would you rate the thoroughness of your DR tests?
How many people know how to perform your disaster recovery procedures from an IT perspective?
Of the options below, which does your institution find the hardest to accomplish?
You're a DR Hero

You’ve implemented solid strategies, performed regular testing, and have the right resources in place. You’ll weather the storm, outlast the pandemic or recover from any other disaster. If you’re looking to shorten recovery times or eliminate any costs, you may want to consider a cloud-based disaster recovery solution.

You’re blowing in the wind

You’re on the right track but may not be able to stay the course during the most difficult disasters. When it comes to DR, it’s what you don’t know that can hurt you. Check out our blog post for some important tips learned from the recent coronavirus pandemic.

It’s going to be a rough ride

You’re missing key elements to a successful disaster recovery plan. You may be taking a do-it-yourself approach, which can be difficult to manage, and in the case of a disaster, communications may be limited, or the employees may be caught in the disaster themselves and unable to respond. To help alleviate the complexities and burdens of managing your own disaster recovery plan, explore our cloud-based recovery solution.