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Disasters
Disasters


  (oh my!)
More disasters:
More disasters:
More disasters:
More disasters:
More disasters:
Emergencies
Emergencies
   (can be)
Emergencies
   (can be)

Disastrous
Emergencies
   (can be)

Disastrous
Plan!

• Prevent
• Communicate
• Recover
• Energize!
Communicate
Communicate


     :(
Communicate


      :(
    (share)
Communicate


      :(
    (share)
Test
Test

(like voting)
Test

(like voting)
Test

 (like voting)


don’t be a Dick
pound of cure

• Colocate / managed services
• Good server/network design
• Network backups (mozy, symantec, iron
  mounta...
In the closet

• File server (if it’s a file, it should be on the
  server)
• Local backups
• Servers (v. workstations)
Out of the closet


• Everything else.
• Network backups
Security
Security

   DOS
Security

    DOS
  “hacking”
Security

                 DOS
               “hacking”
insider attacks, social engineering, etc.
Security

                 DOS
               “hacking”
insider attacks, social engineering, etc.
Communications


• Diversify
• who calls whom when and how?
the starting gun


• When does an emergency start?
• Milestones
Continuity planning


• How long can you afford to be down?
• How much does it cost to stay up?
0-24hr downtime

       Hot standby
  Geographical redundancy
      “spare” servers
   Network connectivity?
Work from home
http://www.infamia.com


 mickey@infamia.com
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Disasters!

  1. 1. Hi
  2. 2. me
  3. 3. me mickey
  4. 4. me mickey
  5. 5. me mickey
  6. 6. me mickey
  7. 7. me mickey
  8. 8. me mickey
  9. 9. me mickey
  10. 10. me mickey
  11. 11. me mickey
  12. 12. me mickey
  13. 13. me mickey
  14. 14. me mickey
  15. 15. me mickey (^ full stop)
  16. 16. Disasters
  17. 17. Disasters (oh my!)
  18. 18. More disasters:
  19. 19. More disasters:
  20. 20. More disasters:
  21. 21. More disasters:
  22. 22. More disasters:
  23. 23. Emergencies
  24. 24. Emergencies (can be)
  25. 25. Emergencies (can be) Disastrous
  26. 26. Emergencies (can be) Disastrous
  27. 27. Plan! • Prevent • Communicate • Recover • Energize!
  28. 28. Communicate
  29. 29. Communicate :(
  30. 30. Communicate :( (share)
  31. 31. Communicate :( (share)
  32. 32. Test
  33. 33. Test (like voting)
  34. 34. Test (like voting)
  35. 35. Test (like voting) don’t be a Dick
  36. 36. pound of cure • Colocate / managed services • Good server/network design • Network backups (mozy, symantec, iron mountain)
  37. 37. In the closet • File server (if it’s a file, it should be on the server) • Local backups • Servers (v. workstations)
  38. 38. Out of the closet • Everything else. • Network backups
  39. 39. Security
  40. 40. Security DOS
  41. 41. Security DOS “hacking”
  42. 42. Security DOS “hacking” insider attacks, social engineering, etc.
  43. 43. Security DOS “hacking” insider attacks, social engineering, etc.
  44. 44. Communications • Diversify • who calls whom when and how?
  45. 45. the starting gun • When does an emergency start? • Milestones
  46. 46. Continuity planning • How long can you afford to be down? • How much does it cost to stay up?
  47. 47. 0-24hr downtime Hot standby Geographical redundancy “spare” servers Network connectivity?
  48. 48. Work from home
  49. 49. http://www.infamia.com mickey@infamia.com

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