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What is Recovery Time Objective (RTO)?



A. The extent of acceptable system downtime.
B. The time period the crisis is expected to last
C. The extent of acceptable data loss.
D. The time required for the crisis management team to respond

This question is part of CISA -Mock Test - Domain-4 (100 Questions)
Asked by Hemangdoshi, Last updated: Jan 27, 2019

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Raymond

Raymond

Answered on Jan 27, 2019

A. The length that the user will accept as acceptable system downtime.

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hemangdoshi

Hemangdoshi

Answered on Mar 15, 2018

A. The extent of acceptable system downtime.

The RTO is a measure of the users tolerance to downtime. This is the amount of downtime of the business process that the business can tolerate and still remain viable .RTO is basically extent of system downtime that is acceptable by the organization. In case of critical systems, generally RTO is zero or near to zero. RPO is extent of acceptable data loss.
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