After completing this video, the learner will understand the role that high availability and fault tolerance play in ensuring the continued operations of IT systems.
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- [Voiceover] We've already discussed some of the ways…that security professionals can ensure the continued…operation of systems.…Let's dig into this in a little more detail.…There are two key technical concepts that improve…the availability of systems.…High availability, otherwise known as HA,…uses multiple systems to protect against failures.…These are techniques like the ones we discussed…in the previous video.…Having a cluster of web servers in place…that can continue to operate,…even if a single server fails,…is one example.…
Another is using a pair of firewalls…with one designated as the backup.…The core concept of high availability…is having operationally redundant systems,…sometimes at different locations.…Fault tolerance, or FT, helps protect…a single system from failing in the first place…by making it resilient in the face of technical failures.…One quick note, load balancing is a related…but different concept.…Load balancing uses multiple systems…in an attempt to spread the burden…of providing a service across those systems,…
- Implementing security controls and policies
- Performing a risk assessment
- Understanding the five risk management actions
- Managing third-party relationships (vendors, etc.)
- Mitigating risk with change management, audits and assessments, and more
- Building an incident response program
- Understanding digital forensics
- Providing security and compliance training
- Ensuring physical security
- Planning for business continuity and disaster recovery
- Matching controls to security goals
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Controls and Risks
2. Third-Party Relationships
Vendor agreements3m 34s
3. Risk Mitigation Strategies
4. Incident Response
6. Awareness and Training
7. Physical Security and Environmental Controls
8. Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery
9. Matching Controls to Security Goals
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