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Forensic Preparedness Plan (FPP) or
Forensic Readiness Plan (FRP)
An FPP is a provision set by an organization that will allow compliance with regulatory obligations, as well as with proof of due diligence.

Although businesses and organizations have plans to deal with disasters like floods, fires and earthquakes, they often do not have a plan in place to ensure that they can prove that a certain event or transaction has occurred in the IT infrastructure. This will put them at odds with compliance and regulation, and usually when the need for such information is there, it will be at the worst possible time.
If you are looking for Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Preparedness information please click on the links below:

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Contact Strathclyde Forensics now and see how we can help you.
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An FPP/FRP must be able to provide with accurate records of financial transactions, communications and other relevant activities, on demand, with the minimum possible disruption of everyday business functions and activities. It should also be cost effective, in order to provide the demanded information at the smallest possible cost.

Failure to provide important information on the demand of regulatory bodies may result to substantial fines and disturbance.

Strathclyde Forensics can help you design and implement such a plan, in order for your company to be compliant with industry and legal requirements.