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Drescher Hungary Direct Mailing Ltd.

The Business Continuity Plan (BCP - B usiness C ontinuity P lan in official English terminology) is the set of activities that are able to provide the conditions and resources required for the minimum required level of service with a sufficiently low level of risk taken. Simply put, BCP deals with availability.

A Disaster Plan ( DRP - D isaster R ecovery P lan in official English terminology) is a series of activities that must be carried out:

  • in disaster preparedness,

  • in the event of a disaster,

  • after the disaster, during the return to the preventive state.

Due to the sensitive nature of the data, the details of the plan are not public , so we present only one concept here. Drescher Kft. Provides its Customers with the details of the Business Continuity Plan , on the basis of which the Customer can decide whether the recommended solution, its security level, is acceptable to it, yes or no.


Locations of Drescher Kft .:

  • Central  location (Informatics, production):          1097 Budapest, Gyáli út 31.

  • Spare site - production:                      6085 Fülöpszállás, Kinizsi u. 2.

  • Backup IT (mirroring):                   1087 Budapest, Asztalos Sándor utca 13.

IT is not a site, just a remote copy for a possible recovery!

(site is owned by Magyar Telekom's data park, lessor and operator: Rackforest Kft.), the computer equipment placed in it is the property of Drescher Kft., access to them is allowed only in the presence of the employee of Drecher Kft.

The core business under the contract takes place at the central site, but during day-to-day production, back-up sites may also be involved (if necessary due to a lack of capacity) in the processes.

THE  Drescher Kft. Has established and maintains the same level of security as the audited information security and quality assurance system at the BCP / DRP locations at the central site.

Drescher Kft. Does not undertake to establish and maintain two geographically separate full-scale, full-capacity sites.

Disaster plan

After appropriate preparations and trial productions, the first live production was carried out in Fülöpszállás on 13.08.2020, the results of which were accepted by the Customer .

The experience gained during the production in Fülöpszállás and the fulfillment of the expectations of our Customers raised the need to rethink the further construction of the “Spare Production Site”.

Leaders meeting in the 2020.09.28. on evaluated the experience gained from test production at the premises of the reserve and is based on the Information Technology Director was mandated to draw up a plan for a disaster plan again gondolására and decisions taken at the board meeting that the Business Continuity and the Disaster Plan should be separated, with an emphasis on Ensuring Business Continuity .

It is not possible to build and maintain a second site in such a way that it does not generate income on a permanent basis in today's economic conditions. So the “Business Continuity Assurance” strategy needed to be redesigned to focus on providing day-to-day continuous service and to give the backup site only a second place. However, the basic condition for ensuring the continuity of the daily service is that the IT service of the production must also be continuous.

On April 5, 2018, Drescher Kft. Entered into a lease agreement with RackForst Kft . To establish an IT backup site. RackForst Kft. Placed a rack cabinet in the “Data Park” of Magyar Telekom Zrt., In which Drescher Kft. Placed its own assets.

The construction of the server park of the IT backup-site has started, the Internet connection has been established, the receiving firewall has also been installed, and the appropriate bandwidth of the Internet connection has been ensured. According to the Plan, we will create a configuration on this backup-site that will be suitable for taking over the functions of the central IT service in the event of an IT disruption or disaster at the central site (Budapest, Gyáli út 31.). and production service should continue uninterrupted until the central system is restored. Currently, the Backup-Site serves as a backup, i.e. the primary goal was to quickly restore the IT services of the central site, this was fulfilled on 01.08.2021.

The Leaders' Meeting set the end of 2022 as the planned implementation of the finalized disaster.

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