Week_1_Terms - Key Terms ECA256 Acceptance: a risk control...

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Key Terms ECA256 Acceptance : a risk control strategy in which you understand the consequences and accept the risk without controls or mitigation ACL policies : sets of configurations to control access to systems; regulate who, what, when, and where access can occur Asset : an organizational resource that is being protected Attack : an intentional or unintentional attempt to cause damage or otherwise compromise information Availability : enables authorized users or systems to access information without interference or obstruction, in the required format Avoidance : a risk control strategy in which you apply safeguards that eliminate or reduce the remaining uncontrolled risks Backdoors and Trapdoors : a payload carried by a virus or worm that installs on a system allowing penetration and control of the system remotely Business Continuity Plan ( BCP ): expresses how to ensure that critical business functions continue at an alternate location after a catastrophic incident or disaster Business Impact Analysis ( BIA ): investigation and assessment of the impact of attacks Business Resumption Plan ( BRP ): merges the Disaster Recovery Plan and Business Continuity Plan into a single process Confidentiality : when disclosure or exposure to unauthorized individuals or systems is prevented
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2010 for the course CRIME 5787532790 taught by Professor Goe during the Spring '10 term at Stark State.

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