|1. A business operation can utilise two infrastructures that perform the same function. This makes one of the infrastructure redundant, but it can act as a backup if the primary infrastructure is compromised from a cyber security attack.
2. Redundancy is where a system has been designed to eliminate single points of failure.
(Source: ENISA - the European Network and Information Security Agency. BCM & Resilience Glossary)
3. Redundancy means that if a system or component fails, there’s a backup system in place that can fill in its place.
Source: (PrivateTunnel, 2017)
4. Redundancy refers to the additional capacity in a computer network above what is needed for normal operation.
Source: (Kaldor, 2017)