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Backups are archival copies of files,
electronic and otherwise. A keystone in disaster planning is, have
recent backups, and keep them off site. Smaller sites can
do this by utilizing a key person taking backups home. This action step
should be firmly planted in your thought process as a job. This opening
statement is covered directly in the next sub-domain. For this sub-domain,
the only time I havent seen a test for knowledge on particular
topics of backups was the first A+ core hardware test (when you had
the option of the second test being Windows 3.x or Macintosh). Every
other test, from Network+, i-Net+, Server+, etc. has made sure you knew
about backups. So it should not be any surprise if you see them in Security+.
If this is just a review for you, great, otherwise, pay very close attention.
Permissions & Security for Backups
Encrypting backups makes life more difficult for someone who walked away with your data
All of the files we create everyday
need to be managed. Part of that management includes backing up (saving)
our files. There are different types of backups and methods.
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