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Conclusion: Two key supporting artefacts in the creation of pragmatic incident response plans are the incident response action flow chart and the severity assessment table. Take time to develop, verify and test these artefacts and they will be greatly appreciated in aiding an orderly and efficient invoking of the DRP/BCP and restoration activities.

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