Data Loss & Data Recovery

DATA LOSS DATA RECOVERY DATA LOSS Intentional Action Unintentional Action 1) Intentional deletion of a file or program 1) Accidental deletion of a file or program 2) Misplacement of CDs or Memory sticks 3) Administration errors Disaster 4) Inability to read unknown file format 1) Natural disaster, earthquake, flood, tornado, etc. 2) Fire Crime 1) Theft, hacking, sabotage, etc. 2) A malicious act, such as a 68 worm, virus, hacker or theft of physical media. Failure 1) Power failure, resulting in data in volatile memory not being saved to permanent memory. 2) Hardware failure, such as a head crash in a hard disk. 3) A software crash or freeze, resulting in data not being saved. 4) Software bugs or poor usability, such as not confirming a file delete command. 5) Business failure (vendor bankruptcy), where data is stored with a software vendor using Software-as-a-service and Saas data escrow has not been provisioned. 6) Data corruption, such as file system corruption or database corruption. DATA RECOVERY RECOVERY Repair the damaged files TECHNIQUES Repair the hard 01 that were drive retrieved. Hardware repair 04 Software-level solutions FOUR PHASES Remote data 02- recovery - can be remotely recovered using a computer at another Image the drive to Logical recovery of files, partition, location. a new drive. 03 Data carving - parts of MBR, and MFT. damaged files are recovered using knowledge of their structure. DATA LOSS STATISTICS DATA RECOVERY STATISTICS 47% of enterprises lost data in the Only 35% of SMBS have a cloud and had to restore their information comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place. from backups. The survival rate for companies 66% of those organizations saw without a disaster recovery plan is less recovery operations fail. than 10% In the USA, 140,000 hard drives About 70% of all successful attacks encounter a crash every week, and on computer networks were carried out by employees and insiders. every year more than 2 million laptops are stolen. It takes 19 days & costs $17,000 to retype 20 60% of companies that lose their data will close within 6 months. megabytes of sales data. The average failure rate of disk and tape drives is 100%. All drives eventually 13% of all data losses occur because hackers deleted the fail. information. SECURE DATA RECOVERY Sources http:/ you-ned to kw/ 2013/04/a-look-at-data-loss-statistics-in-sa/ ass tittp:// leovery 00

Data Loss & Data Recovery

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Data loss can be every computer user's worst nightmare. Whether the loss is caused by the user or by some unforeseen circumstance, waving goodbye to your important information can be awful to say the ...


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