Thanks for Recovering... Now I can Hack You!
- Charles Greene
- Wednesday, August 21st, 8:15pm - 9:15pm
Why do disaster recovery (DR) exercises fail? Is it a lack of planning or a lack of testing? Both of these would cause an exercise to fail, but is this really a failure? If a DR team member learns something from the exercise, or if the documentation is updated with new knowledge, then it could be debated that the exercise was a success. However, if the data is restored successfully, the exercise has an even greater chance at being an epic failure. Attend this session to learn more about the risks involved with data recovery exercises.
About Charles Greene
Charles Greene is currently a Senior Information Security Analyst responsible for identity and access management, and disaster recovery. He has more than 25 years of experience in various technology sectors. Greene holds a bachelorās degree in information systems from Virginia Commonwealth University and a masterās degree in disaster sciences from the University of Richmond. He has held various certifications from equipment vendors, and he currently holds the GIAC Security Leadership certification as well as the CISSP. Greene also serves on the GIAC Advisory Board and as a SANS mentor of the MGT 512 security leadership course.
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