Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity training will help you put your organization in the best situation to handle whatever challenges come its way.
IT Disaster Recovery is the ability of a company to respond to a disaster or an interruption in services by implementing a disaster recovery plan to stabilize and restore the organization’s critical functions.
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Training helps you understand a variety of topics in disaster recovery and business continuity such as: introduction to disaster recovery, concept of disasters, introduction to business continuity, disaster recovery processing plans, risk management techniques, facility protection during disaster recovery period, data/system recovery, incident response and public service effect in disaster recovery plan.
Our training provides a detailed analysis of the most important concepts to grasp.
IT disaster recovery entails data recovery, disaster recovery process, business continuity, and contingency planning. It also focuses on the concept of Business Continuity planning that helps to provide security and resilience to the organization.
Employees need to know the plan effectively well before any disaster hits. Not only does an effective plan need to be put in place, but it also needs to be tested and analyzed with the critical players concerned before the actual emergency happens.
There needs to be a logical framework in place that promotes constant improvement via frequent action review.
It needs to be proactive with the goal of demanding high performance from the key players involved.
During disaster recovery, every moment is critical.
By taking the Strategic Axis disaster recovery and business continuity training, you will understand the central concept of disaster terminologies, nature of disasters, classification of disasters, natural and human-made disasters, and managing emergencies.
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This training is relevant for obtaining CBCI: Business Continuity Institute’s Certification of the BCI
By taking this disaster recovery and business continuity training, you will understand the central concept of disaster terminologies, the nature of disasters, the classification of disasters, natural and human-made disasters, and managing emergencies.
You will also learn about business continuity, business resumption plan, ISO organization, risk analysis effect on business continuity and resource development effect on business continuity.
Through the Strategic Axis disaster recovery and business continuity training course, our instructors will teach you the process of disaster recovery from defining rules, risk assessment, data verification, business impact analysis, awareness, testing and training of disaster recovery plan to the implementation of disaster recovery plans.
By the end of this seminar, you will master in the principles of risk modeling, risk analysis, estimation of risks, vulnerability analysis, and risk identification metrics.
Passing the Certificate of the Business Continuity Institute (CBCI) is the first step to proving your industry knowledge and joining the BCI’s global network of business continuity and resilience professionals.
The CBCI exam tests your knowledge of the Good Practice Guidelines (GPG) – the comprehensive guide to industry best practice for business continuity and resilience.
You can sit the CBCI Exam in the comfort of your own home or office – all you need is a webcam and a stable internet connection.
Business continuity vs. disaster recovery
Overview of ISO 22301
Obtaining the funding commitments
Agreeing on critical success factors
Planning for business continuity
Objectives of business continuity
Planning steps for business continuity
Some crucial ISOs for business continuity
Business impact analysis
Establishing a standby site
Site choices: configuration and acquisition
Choosing suppliers: in-house vs. third-party
Selecting backup and restore strategies
Matching strategy to operational constraints
Meeting the organization’s storage requirements for vital records
Restoring communications and recovering users
Determining vital users with the BIA
Rerouting voice, mail, goods delivery
Eliminating single points of failure
Connecting end users
Meeting varied user-recovery needs