You are asecurity analysts for a federal agency that houses important historical and cultural data; that if lost, would mean the loss of valuable information for all of history! Future generations mus
You are asecurity analysts for a federal agency that houses important historical and cultural data; that if lost, would mean the loss of valuable information for all of history! Future generations must know the secret sauce of the BigMac, how to make the perfect paneerfrom raw milk, or how many licks does it take to get to the center of a TootsieRollpop. You have been approached by the CIO and the director of infrastructure about a report released by the CDC. They have asked you to fill in the attached DR plan based on this report released by the CDC:
- Attached PDF
Have fun with the information and don’t fret about specifics. You will be making-up some of the information as you go along. This assignment is a balance of fun and hypothetical. DO NOT just focus on the IT items, mention the what-ifs for zombies and the physical part of protecting yourself and the assets from these brain suckers!
You will be required tocomplete the attached recovery form and write a 1 to 2 page memo briefing on your plan. Make it a narrative with a bit of story telling on how you would protect these assets from zombies (obviously there will be some fiction to the writing). This assignment is meant to break out your critical thinking skills and apply the familiar Disaster Recovery concepts with something out-of-the-box. Apply the DR template to this disaster and let yourself “what-if” through the details. Remember, rule number #32. (Zombieland reference).