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FORENSICS, INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY TRAINING IN AN ENTERPRISE 1
FORENSICS, INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY TRAINING IN AN ENTERPRISE
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FORENSICS, INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY TRAINING IN AN ENTERPRISE 2
Advances and rapid changes in technology are changing various aspects of our daily
lives. Various achievements experienced in this field have resulted in increased dependence on
technology to perform most of our daily tasks due to reduced costs, improved communication
channels, high speeds and increased capabilities of machines, (Doughty, 2013). Besides,
technology has spurred the expansion of terminologies with terms such as cyber-crime, cyber-
security, and cyber-warfare being used to spur more sophisticated techniques and technologies
with new research being performed to address computer forensics and network forensics. One
concept that has gained widespread momentum is the application of policy assurance methods
and data security to ensure the overall success of corporate data security, techniques, and the
entire IT organization.
How defined roles of people, technology, and processes ensure resource allocation
for business continuity
According to the article ` Business continuity and the banking industry, ` business
continuity comprises three imperative aspects. These are processes, people, and technology,
(Arduini, 2010). The technology relates to the applications that are contained in a disaster
recovery plan and the recovery of mission-critical data. This sets the foundation for developing
organizational and technical measures to ensure a firm can reduce risks and impacts that could
potentially damage the operations in the firm. People relate to the recovery of the physical
workplace and the staff. To ensure business continuity, it must be ensured that the staff has the
skills to complete the duties assigned to them. The workspace should be such that software and
hardware resources, backup systems, and human assets define the value of the company.
Processes related to the establishment of a strategy for the maintenance, testing, and deployment

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FORENSICS, INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY TRAINING IN AN ENTERPRISE FORENSICS, INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY TRAINING IN AN ENTERPRISE STUDENT NAME: TUTOR NAME: COURSE TITLE: DATE: 1 FORENSICS, INCIDENT MANAGEMENT AND SECURITY TRAINING IN AN ENTERPRISE 2 Advances and rapid changes in technology are changing various aspects of our daily lives. Various achievements experienced in this field have resulted in increased dependence on technology to perform most of our daily tasks due to reduced costs, improved communication channels, high speeds and increased capabilities of machines, (Doughty, 2013). Besides, technology has spurred the expansion of terminologies with terms such as cyber-crime, cybersecurity, and cyber-warfare being used to spur more sophisticated techniques and technologies with new research being performed to address computer forensics and network forensics. One concept that has gained widespread momentum is the application of policy assurance methods and data security to ensure the overall success of corporate data security, techniques, and the entire IT organization. How defined roles of people, technology, and processes ensure resource allocation for business continuity According to the article ` Business continuity and the banking industry, ` business continuity comprises three imperative aspects. These are processes, people, and technology, (Arduini, 2010). The technology relates to the applications that are contained in a disaster recovery plan ...
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