IT Disaster Recovery Assessment

Cornerstone stands ready to assess and revise existing disaster recovery plans in response to changes in your computing environment

In today’s business setting, your computing environment can change significantly over time. Cornerstone’s I.T. Disaster Recovery Assessment provides the foundation for upgrading the I.T. disaster recovery plan and the remediation of any gaps that are currently putting the organization at risk.

Does your current I.T. Disaster Recovery Plan provide for appropriate command and control should you need to use it? How prepared are you to recover from a major adverse event within your I.T. infrastructure? What gaps must be filled immediately to meet not only the regulators’ compliance specifications but also the expectations of various stakeholders for continuity of the business?

The steps we take:

  • Analyze your organization’s I.T. disaster recovery environment and your existing disaster recovery pan from the top down

  • Utilize Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRII) standards to review the plan and its underlying computing environment

  • Review every technology initiative under way in the organization and ensure that the plan is revised to accommodate the future direction of technology at your institution

  • Perform a gap analysis between the I.T. disaster recovery plan currently in place and industry best practices (and Federal Financial Institution Examination Council regulations)

  • Provide recommendations for filling the gaps along with an investment roadmap that will allow your institution to immediately focus on its most current business continuity needs and plan for gradual improvements to the I.T. disaster recovery plan over time

Our Team

Scott Sommer is a founder of Cornerstone Advisors and specializes in strategic planning, mergers, and acquisitions. Sommer’s prior experience includes

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Terence Roche is a founder of Cornerstone Advisors. He specializes in strategic planning, payments, system selections, and human resources. His

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Steve Williams is a founder of Cornerstone Advisors and leads the firm’s Strategic Planning practice. Steve’s prior experience includes being

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Bob Roth leads Contract Negotiations and Payments for Cornerstone Advisors. Bob has negotiated hundreds of contracts with industry vendors resulting

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Eric Weikart leads Performance Solutions for Cornerstone Advisors. Eric quarterbacks a team specializing in improving performance, processes, and operating efficiency

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Brad Smith leads Technology Solutions for Cornerstone Advisors including vendor performance management, technology assessments, systems selections, implementations and conversions. He

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Quintin has nearly 30 years of technology and operations experience in financial services companies. He has served in multiple executive

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Sam Kilmer specializes in bank strategic & delivery planning as well as advisory for fintech, vendors and investors at Cornerstone

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Ron Shevlin is the Director of Research at Cornerstone Advisors where he heads up the firm’s strategic research efforts, including

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Andrea Lipo leads operations and information technology at Cornerstone Advisors. She leads process improvement, program management, strategy, and customer service

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Mary Anne Keegan leads Marketing at Cornerstone Advisors. Mary Anne’s prior experience includes leading marketing and corporate communications for global

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