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Stakeholders for an Incident Recovery Plan

Gopichand Mitta

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Submitted On: 01/28/2018

Cumberland University



Every company has a stakeholder who would be an integral
part of that company. A stakeholder is a person who would get affected by the
changes made in a company. There could be many stakeholders for a company- like
the managing director, the government, the owner, the employee, the supplier
and many more. (BusinessDictionary, 2018)

An incident response plan is a plan created to
implement when the company faces any issues from an external source- like the
security issues, breaches, virus and malware. (Rouse)

List of stakeholders for the Incident
Recovery planning committee

Managing director of the company

Any company would need a managing director to lead
the company further. He is the head of the team that would be working on a
certain project. When the company is out of projects, the managing director
would be the person containing few external clients and brings in projects into
his company to develop under his management.


A manager is the leader of the project. A manager
would involve in the client meetings to gather their requirements and he
explains it to the development team to develop the project using the necessary
tools and technologies.

Scrum Master

A scrum master would be available in any project
that follows an Agile methodology. A scrum master would assign tasks to the
employees on a daily or a weekly basis. He would also conduct regular meetings
to stay on track with the project enhancements.


A client is the main owner of any project. Only
under him does every other stakeholder work. He would motivate the employees in
reaching their goals.


An employee is the person who would be working in
the company for the client. He would be responsible in maintaining, securing,
developing and managing the project development process.


A developer would be completely focusing on the
development of the project. He would use certain technologies which have a high
impact in the market during the development process.


A customer would be the person requesting for the
product that is being developed by the developers. Only because of their needs,
the project is being developed. Eventually, the development of the project
should satisfy the customer.


A user is a person who would be using the developed
product after it is released into the market. Basically, we are the users. All
the issues we face are the errors committed by the developers and the testers
during the development.


Testers are the people who would be responsible in
testing the product that is developed by the developers to make sure everything
is working properly as per the client’s request. Testers would help the company
stay away from the hackers and the data breaches which would help the client to
secure their data always. (Security, 2015)

Security management team

The security management team would be responsible
in checking if all the anti-virus applications are active and that the malware
is working properly so that no system would be affected by any kind of virus or
a data breach which would kill the data files within the company’s systems. (Security,

Management team

The management team would be responsible in
managing the downloaded software, malware and antivirus applications. This team
would help the developers get their requirements software to develop the
project. (Security, 2015)


The supplier is an organization or a person who
would provide the required software to the company. Using this software, the
developers develop the project.

Hiring manager

A hiring manager would hire the resources into the
company to help the company develop and deliver their projects to their clients
within the deadline provided by the respective clients. He would help the
client with the best resources to develop the project.



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