This training course covers everything participants need to know about becoming a Certified Disaster Recovery Engineer. Participants will learn about Business Impact Analysis (BIA), including its scope, goal, objectives, terminology, tools, interviews, data collection, and dependencies.
For risk analysis, viewers will learn about threats to business process, downtime, terminology, business process inventory, statement of risk, physical controls, and the risk assessment report.
In BDP strategies, we will cover design, Emergency Management (ER) procedures, vendors, and more. IT recovery strategies will include data archiving, alternate recovery sites, critical factors, DR Plan Development, and DR Plan Design.
The implementation phase includes determining cost estimates, management approval, funding, installment and configuration, operational changes, facilities, and services, training, and more.
Testing and exercise will educate on testing types, participants, and others. We will then move onto maintenance and ways to update, such as planning, software tools, input criteria, and security.
Lastly, the execution phase will cover cyber attacks and pandemics.
Career Path: Professional roles include IT Professional, Chief Technology Officer, System Administrator, Disaster Recovery Professional, Business Continuity Professional, and Risk Consultant.