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CISSP For Dummies, 5th Edition by Peter H. Gregory, Lawrence C. Miller

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Chapter 9

Security Operations

In This Chapter

arrow Understanding investigations

arrow Applying security operations concepts and controls

arrow Responding to incidents

arrow Preparing for disasters

arrow Keeping facilities and personnel safe

The Security Operations domain covers lots of essential security concepts and builds on many of the other security domains including Security and Risk Management (Chapter 3), Asset Security (Chapter 4), Security Engineering (Chapter 5), and Communication and Network Security (Chapter 6).

Understand and Support Investigations

Conducting investigations for various purposes is an important function for security professionals. You must understand evidence collection and handling procedures, reporting and documentation requirements, various investigative processes, and digital forensics tools and techniques.

Evidence collection and handling

Evidence is information presented in a court of law to confirm or dispel a fact that’s under contention, such as the commission of a crime. ...

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