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What is Business Continuity in a nut shell?

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Having a backup plan when a key component is missing, absent, or failure, and the business continues.

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What is the process of implementing policies, controls and procedures to counteract the effects of losses, outages or failures of critical business processes?

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Business Continuity Planning (BCP)

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What are the two key components of BCP?

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Business Impact Analysis (BIA)
Rick Assessment

4

What are some good reasons to have backups?

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Accidental deletion Application errors
Natural disasters Physical attacks
Server failure Virus infection
Workstation failure

5

What are sometimes referred to as shadows?

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Working copies

6

AT what temperature does paper catch fire?

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451 degrees Fahrenheit

7

What is an ideal medium for on-site storage?

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tape

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What is the major component of a disaster recovery plan?

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access and storage information

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What are the different types of Backups

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Full backup
Differential backup
Incremental backup
Hierachical Storage Management (HSM)

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Describe the Grandfather, Father and Son Backup

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The most recent backup after a full backup is SON
As newer backup are made, the SON becomes the FATHER, in turn becomes the GRANDFATHER
- Annual Backup is referred to as GRANDFATHER
- Monthly Backup is referred to as FATHER
- Weekly Backup is referred to as SON

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What is a backout?

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Is a reversion from a change that had negative consequences.

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What is a Hot-Site?

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Is a location that can provide operations within hours of failure.
Often referred to as an active Active Backup Model

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What is a Warm SIte?

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Provides some of the capabilities of a hot site, but it requires the customer to do more work to become operational

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What is a Reciprocal Agreement?

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An agreement between 2 companies to provide services in the event of an emergency

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What is a Cold Site?

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Is a facility that isn't ready for use, the organization using it must bring along its equipment and network.

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What important items should an Incident Response Policy establish?

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- Outside agencies that should be contacted or notified in case of an incident.
- Resources used to deal with an incident.
- List of information that should be collected about an incident.
- Policies and guidelines regarding how to handle an incident.

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What can be formalized or an Ad Hoc team?

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Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT)

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What are the 5 Steps Incident Response?

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1. Identifying the Incident
2. Investigating the Incident
3. Repairing the Damage
4. Documenting and Repairing the Response
5. Adjusting Procedures

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What is OOV?

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Order of Volatility
The amount of time that you have to collect certain data before a window of opportunity is gone.

20

What is "Capture System Image"?

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Capturing an image of the operating system in its exploited state can be helpful in revisiting the issue after the fact to learn more about it.

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Why is Documenting Network Traffic and logs valuable in forensics?

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This information can be useful in identifying trends associated with repeated attacks

22

Why would you want to capture video in forensics?

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Video can latter be analyzed manually in individual frames as well as run through a number of programs that can create indices of the contents.

23

Why is important to record the time offset during forensics?

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To able to follow events in the correct time sequence.

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What are the 5 levels of testing during a Tabletop exercise simulation of a disater?

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- Document Review
- Simulation
- Parallel Text
- Cutover Test

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What is Penetration Testing?

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Using the same techniques a hacker would use to penetrate your system.