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Title: Disaster Prevention


1
Disaster Prevention Recovery
  • Kyle Anderson
  • Nick Kjemperud
  • Holly Marshall
  • 5/15/07

2
Examples
  • 9/11 Morgan Stanley
  • Outsourced back ups to Brooklyn and N.J.
  • Back up and running within hours
  • State of Alaska financial server 2.5 billion
  • Honest mistake
  • 200 million to rebuild
  • COB disaster
  • Sharing music files
  • Hacked back in system and destroyed servers one
    by one
  • Rebuild system from scratch, took 5 to 6 weeks
  • Installed Firewall

3
What is a Disaster?
  • Can be
  • Natural disasters
  • computer crime
  • Accidents
  • terrorist events
  • Always unexpected
  • IT is never as ready as they think they are.

4
Prevention
  • Needs to be a mind set
  • In every decision
  • Backing up IT, double check
  • IT outsourcing
  • Third Party
  • Separate Location
  • Security/Usability Continuum
  • Cant be 100 secure
  • Components of system
  • Security
  • Reliability
  • Scalability
  • COBIT and ITIL framework
  • Best practices

5
Recovery
  • Having a plan
  • IT needs to know your system
  • Consequences of actions
  • If I add something here how is it going to affect
    the system else where.
  • Service by Service
  • Look at system in parts, not as whole
  • Prioritize systems
  • Critical first and work your way down
  • Hard to test recovery plan
  • Theoretically best time to test is busiest day of
    year
  • Virtually unexpected
  • Few firms want to crash their own systems

6
Recovery Plan
  • Rely on your plan
  • Work with the right people
  • Identify the problem, then dig deeper
  • Communicate with all stakeholders
  • Connect with affected colleagues
  • Support your people
  • Move the organization ahead
  • Take a final look back
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