Certified Disaster Recovery Engineer
When a business is hit by a natural disaster, cybercrime or any other disruptive tragedy, how should the organization react? What if the network infrastructure is taken down? Will the business be able to continue operations? How much will it cost if the business is down during repairs? The answer is found in the vendor-neutral Certified Disaster Recovery Engineer certification course. Disaster recovery and business continuity planning is the process of having a professional work with a business to prepare processes, policies, and procedures to follow in the event of a disruption. The goal is to keep a business’ critical operations running, which today relies heavily on its IT infrastructure. The comprehensive Certified Disaster Recovery Engineer course goes beyond traditional BCP training - preparing students for industry certification in Business Continuity planning, and presenting the latest methodologies and best practices for real-world systems recovery. Students will receive a solid foundation of instruction that will enable them to create meaningful business continuity plans. This course offers up-to-date information that has been developed by leading risk management professionals.
Accreditations & Acknowledgements
- ACCREDITED by the NSA CNSS 4011-4016
- MAPPED to NIST / Homeland Security NICCS's Cyber Security Workforce Framework
- APPROVED on the FBI Cyber Security Certification Requirement list (Tier 1-3)
Rated One of the Top 5 Best Business Disaster Recovery and Certifications in the World by Tom's IT Pro!
Upon completion, Certified Disaster Recovery Engineer students will be able to establish industry acceptable DR & BCP standards with current best practices and policies. Students will also be prepared to competently take the C)DRE exam.
Course Title: Certified Disaster Recovery Engineer
Duration: 4 Days
Class Format Options:
CPEs: 32 Hours
Participants will be able to apply forensically-sound best practice techniques against virtual infrastructure entities in the following use case scenarios:
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