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Recovery controls. These controls are designed to recover from the loss or damage incurred by the event. Backups, disaster recovery (DR) and business continuity plans (BCP) are examples of recovery controls.
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Note that deterrent controls are not included, as they assist in reducing the threat or probability of an incident.
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After applying a sequence of THREAT ASSESSMENT (113) (providing the threat action frequencies) and VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT (125) patterns, the museum has identified the vulnerabilities to information and physical assets shown in Tables 6.17 and 6.18 respectively. The threat action frequency values of both tables are taken from THREAT ASSESSMENT (113).
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Table 6.17 Threat-Vulnerabilities table for information assets
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THREAT ACTION (FREQUENCY) Natural Electrical spike in computer room (3) Lack of surge protection, uninterruptible power system (UPS) (4) Incomplete or corrupt data backups (4) VULNERABILITY (SEVERITY)
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Loss of electronic documents (3) Professional criminals Theft of information assets (3)
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Susceptibility of employees to bribery (3) Lack of proper physical controls for document storage (locks, safe) (4)
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Employees Unauthorized access of informational assets (5) Weak information security controls enabling unauthorized access (3) Lack of data validation during form input (2) Exposure of information assets (3)
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Table 6.18 Threat-vulnerability table for physical assets
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THREAT ACTION (FREQUENCY) Natural Museum fire (3) Failure of fire alarm system (6) Failure of fire suppression system (5) Fatigue of support fixtures, building structural failure (3) Failure of monitoring and alarm systems (4) Professional criminals Theft of museum collections and exhibits (2) Lack of regular alarm testing procedures (3) Lack of adequate storage and protection of physical assets (3) Physical attack against employees (3) Employees Accidental damage to museum collections and exhibits (4) Accidental damage to vehicles (4) Carelessness of employees when handling/cleaning exhibits (2) Carelessness of employees while driving vehicles(2) Lack of regularly scheduled maintenance checks (4) Lack of adequate employee background checks (4) Theft of museum collections and exhibits (2) Lack of regular alarm testing procedures (3) Lack of adequate storage and protection of physical assets (3) Susceptibility of employees to bribery (4) Misconfiguration of monitoring and alarm systems (4) Museum patrons Accidental damage to museum collections and exhibits (3) Carelessness of museum patrons when viewing exhibits (2) Lack of regular alarm testing procedures (3) Lack of security training for employees (4) Lack of regularly scheduled inspections (4) VULNERABILITY (SEVERITY)
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The SANS Institute and the CERT Coordination Center at Carnegie Mellon are two renowned information security centers. They provide vulnerability lists and databases of common vulnerabilities. [CERTb] uses a purely quantitative scale of 0 to 180 to rank the severity of a vulnerability., whereas [SANSe] uses the following qualitative scheme:
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Critical vulnerabilities are those where essentially all planets align in favor of the attacker. These vulnerabilities typically affect default installations of very widely-deployed software, result in root compromise of servers or infrastructure devices, and the information required for exploitation (such as example exploit code) is widely available to attackers. High vulnerabilities are usually issues that have the potential to become critical, but have one or a few mitigating factors that make exploitation less attractive to attackers. Moderate vulnerabilities are those where the scales are slightly tipped in favor of the potential victim. Exploits that require an attacker to reside on the same local network as their victim, or only affect non-standard configurations or obscure applications, are likely to be rated moderate. Low vulnerabilities usually do not affect most administrators, and exploitation is largely unattractive to attackers. Often these issues require the attacker to have some level of access to a target already, require elaborate specialized attack scenarios, and only result in limited damage to a target.
[NIST800-30] uses the following definitions for vulnerability severity:
High. Exercise of the vulnerability (1) may result in the highly-costly loss of major tangible assets or resources, (2) may significantly violate, harm, or impede an organization s mission, reputation, or interest, or (3) may result in human death or serious injury. Medium. Exercise of the vulnerability, (1) may result in the costly loss of tangible assets or resources, (2) may violate, harm, or impede an organization s mission, reputation, or interest, or (3) may result in human injury. Low. Exercise of the vulnerability (1) may result in the loss of some tangible assets or resources, (2) may noticeably affect an organization s mission, reputation, or interests.
The Common Vulnerability Scoring System [CVSS] is an open framework that can be used by any security or application vendor to determine the overall severity posed by a vulnerability. Three categories of metrics are scored and combine to produce a final score.