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    According to Hao, 40 per cent of SMEs don’t create backups of the firm’s information; 20 per cent still use CD for this purpose, which can be easily lost or broken and has capacity to store only 0.73 GB; and 30 to 40 per cent use external hard drives, that can store 2 TB, but also can be lost or damaged. On the other hand, large companies often store their core data in integrated backup systems, a higher costly reliable option offered by multinationals IT solution providers that has the highest level of customization…

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    IT Recovery Plan Analysis

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    Planning Steps: Identifying Controls for Prevention The third step in the planning process is to identify certain controls that could limit the impact of a disaster on the information systems of an organization. Some of these controls could be identified in the impact analysis. For example, one of the impacts that could have been identified could be linked to the loss of data in the database. A control that could limit this impact would be data backups. The goal of this step is to utilize…

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    of the EMC DMX-3 SAN array. Even though the primary cause of the failure was the SAN array, the database backup unavailability put the agencies out of service. Manufactures of the storage system claimed failure of SAN EMC DMX-3 is due to the memory card failure and the problem SAN failure was unprecedented. DMV ended up compensating for 1069 hours for 8 days of outage. Due to the outage, DMV has to work overtime on the Labor Day weekend and it costed them around $1.2 million. DMV also paid the…

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    There are many risks in the world. Risk can be defined as the degree of probability of loss. Risk could also be referred to as a threat. In the information technology world there are many threats that are known and can be anticipated. There are measures that can be taken to prepare for certain threats. Hardware failure is a threat that cannot be anticipated. Typically, there is a backup plan in the event hardware that fails but it cannot be predicted. The only thing that can be done is…

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    connection to the outside world. Because of this, updates for our operations systems and applications must be downloaded, scanned and manually uploaded to the servers. This process is somewhat automated by using an off line server called a Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) (Leznek, 2004). As mentioned before the backup system in place for many of the networks is lacking. Some networks have tape backup. Other networks have no backup system at all. This has a major impact on the continued…

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    This training is important because a vast majority of security breaches are actually originated from within business, and its usually caused by a disgruntled employee. Secondly, the business can ensure that they have some sort of remote backup. Most of the time business are so preoccupied with securing data from malware and/or hackers, that they can sometimes overlook the need to protect that data from other outside threats such as disasters that could cause physical loss of that same data.…

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    methods of data acquisition & how an investigator selects the appropriate method to use in a given situation In computer forensics, there are more than a few methods of data acquisition, such as bit stream imaging, logical backup or acquisition, dead forensic acquisition, and live forensic acquisition (Agarwal & Kothari, 2015). Bit stream imaging, also known as disk imaging is one of the most common method of data acquisition that involves generating a bit for bit copy of the original data,…

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    Money First is one of the largest banking institutions in the nation. The main goal of Money First is the satisfaction of their customers. This is a multi-facetted goal which includes the accepts of security and data backup. For the past 50 years, data has been increasingly being considered to be an asset to organizations. Therefore, organizations are becoming more concerned about data security strategies and backup management plans. Money First is no different. Customers expect their…

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    conducted in a classroom environment and are scenario based exercises that are discussed in a group setting. According to Grance et al. (2006), these scenarios test the knowledge of personnel regarding their roles and responsibilities in regards to the IT contingency plan and cost effective methods of validating all contingency plans. As a result, this form of exercise can be conducted on a regular basis because of its low cost and non-impact to ongoing operations. Functional exercises.…

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    from 1 to 0. Explanation on how this is done is dealt in the later chapters. A backup reset can be generated when VDD or VBAT power on, if both supplies had been previously turned off. It can also be done in a software way when RCC_BDCR bit is triggered. BDCR means backup domain control register. For this task there is also a function written namely, RCC_BackupResetCmd(). Now I would explain more about accessing the backup domain. After a reset these registers are protected against write access…

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