In most cases however, the backup and archive procedures are what auditors are more interested in. You must demonstrate that you have controls in place to ensure that: Backups are successful; copies are sent to a safe alternate location; the appropriate data is being backed up; backup data retention meets specific business and legal requirements, and that records can be recovered when needed among other things.
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