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Are you protecting data (proprietary, confidential or otherwise), are you trying to keep certain services up (your mail server, www server, etc.), do you simply want to protect the physical hardware from damage? What are you protecting it against? Malicious damage (Sun Enterprise 10000's), deletion (survey data, your mom's recipe collection), changes (a hospital with medical records, a bank), exposure (confidential internal communications concerning the lawsuit, plans to sell cocaine to unwed mothers), and so on. What are the chances of a “bad” event happening, network probes (happens to me daily), physical intrusion (hasn’t happened to me yet), social engineering (“Hi, this is Bob from IT, I need your password so we can reset it… .”).

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