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unit 7 organisational systems security
Unit 7 Organisational Systems Security

Threats to a system

Task 3

  • Learners must explain the impact of at least 4 different types of threat on an organisation. You must suggest different issues arising from theft or damage to hardware and the theft or damage to data within a given organisation. In this case South Nottingham College.

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Unit 7 Organisational Systems Security

Threats to a system

A major threat to any system is the damage or destruction of systems or information on a networked computer system. Threats include loss of files or data, natural disasters, malicious damage, technical failures, human error and theft.

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Unit 7 Organisational Systems Security

Threats to a system

Natural Disasters: Malicious Damage:

Technical Faults: Human Error:

Theft: Organisational Risks:

In pairs investigate and provide examples of the above threats and the possible consequence of them.

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Unit 7 Organisational Systems Security

Natural Disasters

  • Range from simple power cuts to floods or fire
  • Require organisational measures to cope with extreme issues
  • Affects depend on how critical the system is – air traffic
  • Employ necessary technology to provide resilience
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Unit 7 Organisational Systems Security

Natural Disasters

DISASTER RECOVERY POLICY

  • Remote storage of data acquired in daily backups
  • Remote Mirroring of critical servers
  • Alternative data centres to transfer control at times of serious emergency
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Unit 7 Organisational Systems Security

Malicious Damage

  • Internal & External causes
  • Hackers or disgruntled employees
  • Can be physical damage as well
  • Security techniques required to limit access
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Unit 7 Organisational Systems Security

Human Error

One of the most unpredictable and common causes of security issues in networks.

  • Forgetfulness, Ignorance, Innocence, Lack of knowledge
  • Backup data and place in a secure location
  • Erase hard drives before disposal of computers
  • Close ports on firewalls
  • All can lead to network intrusion and viruses
  • Increased attacks on broadband connections
  • Social engineering and phishing attacks
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Unit 7 Organisational Systems Security

Theft

Again one of the most unpredictable and common causes of security issues in networks.

  • Forgetfulness, Ignorance, Innocence, Lack of knowledge
  • Backup data and place in a secure location
  • Erase hard drives before disposal of computers
  • Close ports on firewalls
  • All can lead to network intrusion and viruses
  • Increased attacks on broadband connections
  • Social engineering and phishing attacks
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Unit 7 Organisational Systems Security

Technical Failure

  • Always a risk with complex systems
  • Loss of servers, storage devices, internet connections
  • Technical damage can cause commercial damage and also inhibit the security of systems
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Unit 7 Organisational Systems Security

CYBER DAMAGE

  • Research ‘cyber damage’ by internet search
  • Find out how many insurance companies now offer cover for this possibility
  • Why do they offer this cover?
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