This training path covers everything participants need to know about becoming a certified disaster recovery engineer. participants will learn about business impact analysis, risk analysis, BDP strategies, IT recovery strategies, the implementation phase, testing and exercise, maintenance and updating, the execution phase, 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.
Being a Certified Disaster Recovery Engineer (CDRE) signifies you are prepared to work with businesses to create and implement disaster recovery and business continuity plans. Those who are certified will be working (as a professional) with a business to prepare processes, policies, and procedures to follow in the event of a disruption. This role is important in keeping a businesses’ critical operations running, which today heavily relies on its IT infrastructure.
Certification Exam Details: Learn more about this certification exam.
I have over 17 years of experience in information technology, cybersecurity, and certification education. I worked primarily in the U.S. DoD environment as an integrator and executive consultant to various military and civilian agency CIOs.
I hold various technical and professional industry certifications including being Certified by the Business Continuity Institute (CBCI), and achieving the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) andCompTIA Advanced Security Practitioners (CASP) credentials. I also have degrees in Computer Information Systems and Information Security.
Claude WilliamsInstructor and Curriculum Developer