Liza Blaney - Purdue University
Apr 05, 1996
AbstractData security is, at the very least, the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of data. The last of these, availability, is addressed in the corporate world by contingency recovery planning. This seminar will discuss contingencies and contingency recovery planning in the framework of a case study of an actual contingency recovery system which was designed and implemented at a large corporation a decade ago. Attention will be paid to the type of systems at a large corporation, the problems encountered in contingency recovery planning a decade ago and the effect of the changes in corporate computing since then. Following the case study, Spaf will discuss research and technology which can contribute to the solution to these problems in the future
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