Designing, Implementing, and Maintaining a Disaster Recovery Plan

Disasters are never planned and can have an immense impact on a company's ability to conduct business and ultimately survive after the incident. Learning how to properly design and implement a disaster recovery plan is critical.
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Mar 13, 2019
Duration
2h 0m
Table of contents
Course Overview
Defining the Why and Building the Case
Creating the Plans and Covering the Bases
When Disaster Strikes
Testing and Ensuring Compliance
Description
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Mar 13, 2019
Duration
2h 0m
Description

Disasters can strike anytime, anywhere and for any reason. They can come from inside a company via a disgruntled employee, corporate spies or simple carelessness, or externally via natural disasters, terrorist attacks, acts of war, etc. In this course, Designing, Implementing, and Maintaining a Disaster Recovery Plan, you will learn the foundations of creating, implementing and maintaining a functional disaster recovery plan that can span multiple areas and address protecting a company's critical assets and infrastructure. First you will learn how to properly evaluate risks and threats as well as how to develop strategies to mitigate those risks. From there you will learn the various types of plans that are needed, covering administration, workplace, technical assets and even pandemic outbreaks. Finally, you'll learn the various methods to test these plans, from walk-through testing to full exercises that trigger a full fail-over to alternate sites. When you're finished this course you'll have the skills to work on disaster recovery planning that ensures your company's assets are protected and the company can continue to do business during and after a critical incident.

About the author
About the author

Chris is a lifelong learner and professional information technologist, trainer and IT Manager. Married with 3 children, Chris is interested in martial arts, working out, spending time with family and friends and being creative whenever possible.

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