Special Topics in Networks Operation and Administration_Unit3_DB

Special Topics in Networks Operation and Administration_Unit3_DB

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Special Topics in Networks Operation and Administration Unit 3 Discussion Board Kregg M. Soltow October 19, 2011 American Intercontinental University What is the difference between network events and network incidents? A network event doesn’t involve a networks significant mechanism and also does not necessitate the use of administrative like “change controls” before a proper resolution can even be implemented. These are generally the types of ordinary events that don’t need to be brought to the immediate attention of management or upper-administrative workforce. There are however emergency events that may draw attention as a result of critical systems breach, or by the result of having any type of impression on the health or validity of the system/network and its processes. Incidents are the events that are byproduct of a definitive negative core origin. The difference here is primarily justified only when such a network event is deemed primarily the result of “malicious intent to do harm”. (CSRTs,2011) This also goes to say that in fact “all incidents are events but many events
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