Information and documentation is the lifeblood of most organisations. It is therefore important to ascertain whether any damage has occurred to this data. If the damage to computerised or other information is widespread it is recommended to concentrate initially on essential and vital records which should be listed in topic BC030301 above. As a matter of good practice, wherever possible, vital records should be duplicated and stored in an off-site location so that permanent loss should not be a realistic problem. Amend the pre-defined items within the plan template, as appropriate.
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