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Why is the formulation of the RTO and RPO a trade-off process?




1. Why is the formulation of the RTO and RPO a trade-off process?;2. What is the relationship between impact and likelihood in disaster planning?;3. Why might planning be the single point of failure?;4. What is the relationship between assumptions and strategies?;5. Why is organizational buy-in so important to continuity management?;6. What makes continuity important? Why is continuity an important goal?;7. What makes continuity sometimes not thought about during the overall information assurance process? Why is that a critical omission?;8. How does the concept of categories of disaster make it easier to accommodate potential harmful events? What is an example of how that works?;9. What is the point of the point of a Statement of Work (SOW)? Why is one necessary? What would happen without one?;10. Why is it so important to define roles for disaster response? What would happen without this specification?;**In order to do this assignment accurately and effectively be sure to answer each question with 5-8 sentences, per question. DO NOT PLAGIARIZE. Be sure to paraphrase and cite sources appropriately. DO NOT use direct quotes. Keep citations to less than 10%. Use APA format, single space, 12 pt font.;Additional Requirements


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