Backups provide organizations with a fail-safe way to recover their data in the event of a technology failure, human error, natural disaster, or other circumstances that result in its accidental or intentional deletion or modification. Backups are a crucial safety net for data-driven businesses. In this video, learn the role that backups play in disaster recovery plans including the design of backup strategies, backup schedules, electronic vaulting, and media rotation.
- [Instructor] Backups are perhaps the most important…component of any disaster recovery plan.…Most businesses today are built around data…whether it's proprietary designs,…confidential customer lists or information databases,…data drives business.…For many organizations the complete loss of their data…would be a disaster of tremendous proportions.…Backups provide organizations with a fail safe way…to recover their data in the event of a technology failure,…human error, natural disaster or other circumstances…that result in data's accidental or intentional…deletion or modification.…
Backups are a crucial safety net for data driven businesses.…Organizations may backup their data in many different ways.…Traditionally organizations wrote their backups to tape…and this is still a very common practice today.…However tapes are unwieldy to manage…and modern backup approaches often use alternative storage…that has become much less expensive over the past few years.…For example, some organizations perform disk to disk backups…
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Note: This course is part of a series releasing throughout 2018. A completed Learning Path of the series will be available once all the courses are released.
- Using security assessment tools
- Scanning for vulnerabilities
- Threat assessment techniques
- Performing penetration testing
- Reviewing monitor logs
- Performing code reviews
- Performing fuzz testing and misuse case testing
- Analyzing coverage
- Assessing disaster recovery sites and backups
- Testing BC/DR plans
- Collecting security process data and metrics
- Auditing and control management