Blog Posts Tagged with "Disaster Recovery"


Surviving a Public Infrastructure or Energy Grid Attack

September 27, 2012 Added by:Dan Dieterle

What would you do if the lights suddenly went out? Where would you get news from? Or more importantly water? Keep cool or get heat? Though many disregard warnings about critical infrastructure attacks what if the worst did happen, would you be prepared?

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Assessing Risk Management Culture to Better Understand the Characteristics of ERM Programs

August 27, 2012 Added by:Michele Westergaard

The past 24 months have seen a number of disasters bring risk management to the forefront of executives and board directors. Whether natural disasters such as the Japanese Tsunami or man-made such as the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, fat-tail disasters have created a renewed interest in enterprise risk management...

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Simulation Training Reinforces Security, Business Continuity

August 05, 2012 Added by:Stacey Holleran

If your organization were to experience a serious disruption in network connectivity due to a weather event, a fire or a cyber attack, how quickly could it resume business operations? Which people, processes and technologies would be involved in the recovery? How can you be sure nothing has been overlooked?

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ENISA: Getting Ready for Cyber Europe 2012

June 27, 2012 Added by:Headlines

Cyber Europe 2012 is the 2nd pan-European exercise on Critical Information Infrastructure Protection. It ties together the extensive activities in the EU, at both national and European level, to improve the resilience of critical information infrastructures. The exercise will take place in the autumn...

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Stability is Bad for Your Business

June 19, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los

In really re-evaluating what my whole push behind enterprise resiliency is all about - I've come to realize that the stability / resiliency tradeoff is actually quite intuitive, it's just that not many of us were taught to think this way. What we're really saying is that stability is bad...

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CISSP Reloaded Domain Eight: BCPs and DRs

June 14, 2012 Added by:Javvad Malik

Some companies are not factoring cloud-based or 3rd party hosted applications into their DR plans because contractually the cloud provider is responsible. What would you do if your cloud-provider got hit by a disaster they couldn’t recover from. What would you do in order to continue your business operations?

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Thirteen Tips to Secure Your Virtual Machine Environment

June 14, 2012 Added by:Brent Huston

Virtual environments are becoming more popular, enabling multiple OS environments and providing disaster recovery solutions. Safeguarding your virtual environment is vital, though it doesn’t have the same issues as a physical environment. Here are a few tips to keep things running smoothly...

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When Statistics Fail: Planning for Things You Can't Expect

April 27, 2012 Added by:Rafal Los

In incident preparedness, if you don't already, maybe it's time for a chapter on worst case scenarios. Lots of organizations have these, but as I pointed out, many aren't even thinking about testing their own incident response plans much less looking at the absolute worst-case...

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The Infosec Investment Equation - Can You Solve It?

April 09, 2012 Added by:Neira Jones

Redundant measures always expose themselves very rapidly: they either don’t help you run your shop, or nobody around you is interested in them. So if you still have some of these, your job is to scrap them because it will save some time and resources to apply elsewhere...

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Location, Location, Location: It Works in Risk Management

March 21, 2012 Added by:Edwin Covert

With the increase in cybercrime costs, organizations need to be able to ensure they are maximizing their return on risk management investment. An effective way of doing this is making sure the information security or risk management team is properly aligned within their organization...

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Manage Risk Before it Damages You - Part One

March 20, 2012 Added by:Neira Jones

Assuming we have managed to address the infosec gap, we’re left with ensuring the security of information assets and services. Because we are all governed by material pressures, it would be unrealistic that we should embark on all encompassing programs to secure all assets..

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Smart Grid Raises the Bar for Disaster Recovery

February 13, 2012 Added by:Brent Huston

Many of the organizations we have talked to simply have not begun the process of adjusting their risk assessments, disaster plans and the like for these types of operational requirements, even as smart grid devices begin to proliferate across the US and global infrastructures...

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Incident Response and Risk Management Go Hand in Hand

February 12, 2012 Added by:Neira Jones

Residual risk is inevitable, so incident response becomes a crucial part of managing it. As the risk assessment identifies the assets critical to a business - threats, vulnerabilities and controls - so should the incident response plan concentrate on critical assets...

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Difference Between Recovery Time and Recovery Point Objectives

February 08, 2012 Added by:Dejan Kosutic

What do RTO and RPO have in common? They are both crucial for business impact analysis and for business continuity management. Without determining them properly, you would be just guessing – and guessing is the best way to ensure you never recover from a disaster...

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Enterprise Disaster Recovery Planning

February 02, 2012 Added by:Danny Lieberman

DR planning is not about writing a procedure, getting people to sign up and then filing it away somewhere. The disaster recovery plan is designed to assist companies in responding quickly and effectively to a disaster in a local office and restore business as quickly as possible...

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Data Center Complexity and Clarity Around Outages

December 28, 2011 Added by:Ben Kepes

Things like physical security, multiple redundant power and networks to incredibly complex networking and load balancing components – the modern data center is an incredibly complex beast. And yet they still suffer outages...

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