CPSC 420 Chapter Notes - Chapter chapter 8: Vulnerability Management, Legacy System, Software Development Process

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Good practices to put incident response plans in: incidents can happen at any time, and having a plan in place ensures that everyone knows what to do in the event of an incident. It helps to ensure that the incident is handled in a timely and efficient manner. It helps to ensure that critical data and systems are protected in the event of an incident. It helps to ensure that the organization is able to resume normal operations as quickly as possible after an incident. It helps to improve the overall security of the organization by identifying weaknesses and vulnerabilities that can be addressed. Closely monitored elements: the load on the system. The level of vigilance over the system can be relaxed after an initial deployment phase, but it is important to keep monitoring the system to ensure that it continues to operate smoothly.

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