Delete a file
Format a hard drive partition
Misplacement of CDs or floppies
Inability to read unknown file format
Delete files by accident
Power failure, resulting in data in volatile memory not being saved to permanent memory.
Hardware failure, such as a head crash in a hard disk.
A software crash or freeze, resulting in data not being saved.
Software bugs or poor usability, such as not confirming a file delete command.
Business failure (vendor bankruptcy), where data is stored with a software vendor using.
Software-as-a-service and SaaS data escrow has not been provisioned.
Data corruption, such as file system corruption or database corruption.
Natural disaster, earthquake, flood, tornado, etc.
Theft, hacking, sabotage, etc.
A malicious act, such as a worm, virus, hacker or theft of physical media.
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