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Auditing and Compliance
The resources required by the active state of a computing system while it is powered on (CPU and RAM).
Central Processing Unit (CPU) provides logic, controls I/O and performs all calculations based on information stored in RAM.
computer Disk (AKA: vDisk, Virtual Disk, Hard Disk, HDD, SSD) is a non-volatile, random-access storage system on which data is stored.
Endpoint Protection differs from Antivirus in that it looks for specific behaviors which represent suspicious activity on protected systems. When discovered, Endpoint Protection will isolate (“quarantine”) systems until reviewed by an authorized administrator.
Grandfather-Son (GFS) Backup
Hardened / Immutable Repository
Multifactor Authentication (MFA) is a process which requires external validation, in addition to the username/password combination. The most common form of MFA is 2FA (2 Factor Authentication) which sends a “push” notification or uses a hardware hey in addition to the username/password combination to validate users.
Shared resources, such as IP addresses, CPU, RAM and Disk which are assigned Best Effort.
Random Access Memory (RAM) stores volatile data which can be accessed and changed frequently while a computer system is powered on.
Replication / Replica
A Restore Point is the state protected by a Backup Job each time it runs.
Retention Policy is the number of Restore Points which will be kept.
S3 Object Storage
A dedicated Compute resource, either physical or virtual, which provides resources or services to users to access remotely.
A dedicated area where Servers and other Compute resources are housed. The primary difference between a Server Room and Datacenter is that the Server Room has not been Audited against standards (Such as AICPA, NIST, ISO) whereas the Datacenter is Audited and in compliance with those standards
Virtual Machine (VM) any form of Compute resource which runs on a Hypervisor.
A Write Once Read Many (WORM) refers to media which cannot be changed after creation for purposes of auditing and/or protection from Ransomware.