Contingency Planning and Disaster Recovery in Florida State Government
DIANE Publishing, 1997 - 121 pages
Outlines how Florida state gov't. is planning for the protection of vital info. systems in the event of a disaster that could potentially, prohibit or curtail the delivery of essential State services. Examines the rational for contingency & disaster recovery planning, State agency contingency planning efforts, & the recovery alternatives available to the State. A review of the statutory & administrative requirements for contingency & disaster recovery planning is provided, as are examples of the types & consequences of disasters that have occurred.
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Page 97 - A sudden, unplanned, calamitous event that produces great damage or loss; any event that creates an inability on the organization's part to provide critical business functions for some undetermined period of time.
Page 119 - Establish rules and regulations for the exchange of data between data centers or departments by intercoupling or telecommunications to ensure that exchanges do not jeopardize data security and confidentiality.
Page 97 - An alternate facility that is void of any resources or equipment except air conditioning and raised flooring. Equipment and resources must be installed in such a facility to duplicate the critical business functions of an organization.
Page 117 - Information technology resources" means data processing hardware, software and services, supplies, personnel, facility resources, maintenance, training, or other related resources. (3)(a) Each head of a department is responsible for assuring an adequate level of security for all data and information technology resources within the department.
Page 63 - Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles The Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) reports losing three drivers license facilities and one motor vehicle registration facility in Dade County.
Page 36 - The rules state that it is prudent to anticipate and prepare for the loss of information processing capabilities, and include standards for state 49 Cookson at 12.
Page 105 - No 2. What is your position title? 3. How long have you been in your current position (nearest year, please)?
Page 117 - The risk-analysis information is confidential and exempt from the provisions of s. 119.07(1), except that such information shall be available to the Auditor General in performing his postauditing duties.