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Case Study 2: Disaster Recovery (DR) Lessons Learned: September 11th





Read the article titled “9/11: Top lessons learned for disaster recovery,” from Computerworld.com, located at http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9219867/9_1... , and consider the effects the attacks of September 11, 2001, have had on technology recovery efforts.



Write a two to four (2-4) page paper in which you:



Explain how the attacks affected risk management in organizations and have prompted an increased justification for recovery-based objectives, initiatives, and expenditures.
Analyze the use of social media and other current methods of communication for emergency notifications during an incident or disaster situation.
Determine whether or not organizations need to consider distanced geographic locations when preparing for backup operations / data centers, and determine the effects that recovery point objectives (RPO) and recovery time objectives (RTO) have on these decisions.
Evaluate the use of cloud services as tools for recovery operations within an organization, and explain how they could increase or decrease the effectiveness of recovery operations.
Determine whether or not cloud services are ideal recovery options for organizations regardless of their size. Provide a rationale to support the answer.
Use at least four (4) quality resources in this assignment. Note: Wikipedia and similar Websites do not qualify as quality resources.



Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements:



Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions.
Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length.



The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are:



Explain risk management in the context of information security.
Summarize the various types of disasters, response and recovery methods.
Compare and contrast the methods of disaster recovery and business continuity.
Explain and develop a business continuity plan to address unforeseen incidents.
Develop techniques for different disaster scenarios.
Use technology and information resources to research issues in disaster recovery.
Write clearly and concisely about disaster recovery topics using proper writing mechanics and technical style conventions.
Write clearly and concisely about disaster recovery topics using proper writing mechanics and technical style conventions.




DISCUSSION 1
"DR…What Is It Good for?" Please respond to the following:



From the first and second e-Activities, Consider the following scenario: Your employer, a small-business owner, has indicated she believes that rather than planning to recover from a disaster, it makes more sense to simply open a new business and start anew. As a security professional and proponent of disaster recovery, formulate a list of your top five concerns with this statement and explain each. Be sure to indicate how and why you believe these concerns are relevant for a small business. Justify your response.
Suppose you received pushback from your Board of Directors while trying to explain the necessity of a disaster recovery plan (e.g., due to costs, administrative overheard, etc.). Outline the main points and with a rationale for each that can be used to persuade the Board of Directors into believing that a plan really is necessary.



DISCUSSION 2
"Preparing for Different Disasters" Please respond to the following:



Select two disaster scenarios (e.g., large-scale power outage, flood, earthquake, etc.) to compare and contrast, and explain how an implemented DR plan would differentiate when preparing for and dealing with these disasters.
Explain how the report structure and organization could help the overall recovery efforts in a disaster, and determine whether or not you believe the organization of large plans is a key consideration for plan creators and management. Provide a rationale for your answer.



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The 9/11 terrorists attack totally redefined the meaning of risk management both in the
public as well as the private sector. The chief executive risk officers who had not previously
taken consideration into the IT side of things were now considering IT as something that they
required to integrate as part of an enterprise risk management capability.
The expenses on risk management (Bromiley, et.al 2015) increased so as to enable
financial institutions to upgrade their internal systems to comply with the demands of the
patriotic act. The attacks forced both the government and the private companies to rethink the
various ways of preparing for responding to and recovering from potential large-scale disasters.
Many firms are currently running intensive disaster drills to allow them to be well prepared for
any future unthinkable disaster. Many companies also prepare for major disasters by insuring
themselves against the potential losses, thus the attacks led to an increase in the number of
people insuring themselves against such situations. Major Banks have heightened security at
their offices; the airline industry introduced a stringent way of screening the passengers and
cargo. All this is done with an aim of managing risks (Van Der Vegt, et.al 2015) that might lead
to disaster. Most companies that did not have backup facilities for its data now direct a
substantial amount of money for the backing up of their data in remote areas where such data can
be recovered from in case of a terrorist attack on the headquarters.
The social media of all types have joined the email and other modes of communication as
mainstream communication tools used by billions of people on a daily basis. In a disaster
situation, like in the 9/11 attacks, most individuals got to know about the occurrence from their
television sets. In more recent a...

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