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In systems and networks, the ability to recover and continue in operation, even with a degraded level of service.

Organizations and individuals alike want their technology to survive attacks, failures, and accidents, but the technology in computer systems, software, and network infrastructure components changes frequently and is vulnerable to disruption. System administrators, a term which can now apply not only to professionals but also to owners of home computer systems, need a solid educational foundation in order to react to technology changes, minimize disruptions, and manage their computer systems and network infrastructure components. The ten principles of survivability and information assurance described here create just such a foundation.
Check also Principles of Survivability and Information Assurance.

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