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This course presents delegates with well-defined solutions and
strategies while demonstrating the practical application of how to
create an effective IT disaster recovery plan. Its primary focus is
on facilitating the enhancement of the level of organisational
resilience required to protect an IT infrastructure.
By means of proven methodologies, delegates will analyse
threats to the organisation’s IT operations thereby establishing a
risk profile. A framework for building operational resilience will be
provided to deliver an effective response for safeguarding the
organisation’s technology interests and value-creating activities.
This practical course provides participants with a framework that
exams the relationships and interdependencies that exist
between the relevant International Standards: ISO 27031, ISO
20000 (ITIL) and ISO 22301, along with the Business Continuity
Institute (BCI) Good Practice Guidelines (GPG) 2018.
Single Click Registrations: Registration will be done through
a single email
Interactive: Live video interaction among participants and
trainer. In-built chat to exchange messages individually or with
Flexible: Access the training from your desktop or mobiles at
your selected time zone
Economical: No travel costs involved
Global Connect: Connect with participants from the globe
through a single platform
Course Material Sharing: Course content along with case
studies and workbook will be shared in a PDF with all the
Professionals in IT Disaster Recovery & Business Continuity
who would like to learn and practice the best ways to make
effective IT disaster recovery plan.
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