Strayer CIS 359 Disaster Recovery Management, Term Paper: Contingency Planning in Action, Graded A, 29 pages, 4731 words and diagrams. Create a hypothetical organization with details including geographic location(s), number of employees in each location, primary business functions, operational and technology details, potential threats to the business and its technology, and anything else that you believe is relevant to the business.
Strayer CIS 359 Disaster Recovery Management, Assignment 4, Disaster Recovery (DR) Team, Graded A, 11 pages, 2089 words. Consider a scenario where the contingency planning management team (CPMT) of your organization has designated you as the disaster recovery team leader, and the preparation and planning of this component of the security program is now under your purview with a team of 11 employees including yourself.
Strayer CIS 359 Disaster Recovery Management, Case Study 1: Stuxnet and U.S. Incident Response, Graded A, 6 pages, 1002 words. Read the article titled “When Stuxnet Hit the Homeland: Government Response to the Rescue,” from ABC News and consider this threat in terms of incident response and recovery procedures.
Strayer CIS 359 Disaster Recovery Management, Assignment 2: Incident Response (IR) Revamp, Graded A, 9 pages, 1955 words Imagine you have just taken over the manager position for your organization’s incident response team, after coming from another division in the company. Your first realization is that proper procedures, best practices, and sound technologies are not being utilized. You decide to revamp the team’s efforts.
Strayer CIS 359 Disaster Recovery Management, Case Study 2: Disaster Recovery (DR) Lessons Learned: September 11th, Graded A, 9 pages, 1850 words. Consider the effects the attacks of September 11, 2001, have had on technology recovery efforts. Write a two to four (2-4) page paper in which you:
Strayer CIS 359 Disaster Recovery Management Assignment 1: Continuity Planning Overview, Due Week 2 and worth 75 points, Graded A, 5 pages, 945 words. Suppose you were recently hired for a new initiative as a business continuity lead / manager at a medium-sized healthcare company.