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Security

Security is put in place to help ensure the safety of a system
and to provide back up which could help you avoid possible
threats from your system. If security isn't available the
system could malfunction and this could lead to legal action,
loss of business,…

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Companies must ensure that data, hardware and software is
not lost or damaged. If data is lost or damaged there should be
disaster recovery systems to restore the data.
THERE ARE THREE CONSEQUENCES OF DATA, HARDWARE
OR SOFTWARE BEING DAMAGED.
Loss of business and income
Loss of…

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Monitor users
Create the security on system ­ what is accessible
Add or remove software
Give different people different access rights


Other forms of software security:
Biometrics ­ use a fingerprint scanner on a lock for a
door to restrict access and monitor movement
­ could be…

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Prevention
Don't download unknown programs from the Internet
straight to hard disc. Only use reputable sources.
Write protect media so it can't be written onto
Don't copy illegal software
Use a virus scanning software and virus eradication
program. Make sure this is kept up to date with…

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1.Verbal warning,
2.Written warning,
3.Fire them,
4.Prosecution

Disaster Recovery Plan
1. Planning ­ risk analysis, establish security procedures,
staff training
2. Monitor for possible problems, make staff responsible
if errors do occur
3. What to do after the disaster?

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