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Guide to Disaster Recovery Paperback – Jun 11 2003
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1. Introduction to Disaster Recovery 2. Preparing to Develop the Disaster Recovery Plan 3. Assessing Risks in the Enterprise 4. Prioritizing Systems and Functions for Recovery 5. Developing Plans and Procedures 6. Organizing Relationships in Disaster Recovery 7. Procedures for Responding to Attacks on Computers 8. Developing Procedures for Special Circumstances 9. Implementing Disaster Recovery Plans 10. Testing and Rehearsal 11. Continued Assessment of Needs, Threats, and Solutions 12. Living Through a Disaster Appendix A: Disaster Recovery Survey Results Appendix B: Selected Disaster Resources on the World Wide Web
About the Author
Michael Erbschloe is a world-renowned information technology consultant, author, and educator. The vice president of research for Research for Computer Economics, an influential technology think tank, Erbschloe has authored more than 2,200 articles for leading publications and his research work has appeared in "Fortune", "The Wall Street Journal", "U.S. News & World Report", "The Washington Post", and many others.
John Vacca is an information technology consultant and author of more than 29 books and 37 articles on topics including Internet security, programming, and systems development. Vacca previously served as the computer security specialist for NASA's space station program and the International Space Station Program. His books include "Internet Security Secrets, The Cabling Handbook", -" Satellite Encryption", and "Virtual Reality". Vacca was also one of the security consultants for the MGM movie "AntiTrust"."
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