Types of Computer Forensics Systems

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  1. Have procedures in place to establish your organization’s security.
  2. Have procedures in place to develop your security policy.
  3. Have procedures in place to secure the Web client.
  4. Have procedures in place to deter masqueraders and ensure authenticity.
  5. Have procedures in place to prevent eavesdropping to protect your privacy.
  6. Have procedures in place to thwart counterfeiters and forgery to retain integrity.
  7. Have procedures in place to avoid disruption of service to maintain availability.
  8. Have procedures in place to configure your operating system and network security.
  9. Have procedures in place to enhance your Web server security.
  10. Have procedures in place to issue and manage certificates.
  11. Have procedures in place to examine the impact of security policies.
  12. Have procedures in place to identify hacking techniques.
  13. Have procedures in place to be able to recognize attacks.
  14. Have procedures in place to deploy an IDS.
  15. Have procedures in place to commission your IDS.
  16. Have procedures in place to manage your IDS.
  17. Have procedures in place to install and configure your firewall.
  18. Have procedures in place to support outgoing services through firewall configuration.
  19. Have procedures in place to secure external services provision.
  20. Have procedures in place to protect internal IP services.
  21. Have procedures in place to manage your firewall.
  22. Have procedures in place to measure risk to avoid disaster.
  23. Have procedures in place to design SAN security solutions.
  24. Have procedures in place to be able to manage and document the recovery.
  25. Have procedures in place to create the recovery plan.

  1. Have procedures in place to assure the plan and apply document management.
  2. Have procedures in place to analyze and design PKIs.
  3. Have procedures in place to implement PKI.
  4. Have procedures in place to manage PKI.
  5. Have procedures in place to design wireless network security.
  6. Have procedures in place to be able to plan for wireless network security.
  7. Have procedures in place to install and deploy wireless network security.
  8. Have procedures in place to maintain wireless network security.
  9. Have procedures in place to be able to implement satellite encryption.
  10. Have procedures in place to prevent misuse of satellite encryption technology.
  11. Have procedures in place to conduct a privacy-needs audit.
  12. Have procedures in place to develop an enterprise privacy plan.
  13. Have procedures in place to implement an enterprise privacy plan.
  14. Have procedures in place to manage privacy on the enterprise Web site.
  15. Have procedures in place to manage privacy on the Internet supply chains.
  16. Have procedures in place to design and plan for ID management.
  17. Have procedures in place to install and deploy ID management.
  18. Have procedures in place to maintain ID management
  19. Have procedures in place to plan for identity theft protection techniques.
  20. Have procedures in place to install and deploy identity theft protection techniques.
  21. Have procedures in place to deploy enterprise biometrics solutions.
  22. Have procedures in place to launch a national cybersecurity awareness and training program.

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