Disaster Recovery and Virtualization Planning

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This 40-hour course provides an understanding of the various methods in identifying business and technology vulnerabilities. In addition, this course outlines the appropriate countermeasures to mitigate risks and prevent failure. This course is designed to develop a solid foundation to various disaster recovery and business continuity principles, including the assessment of risks, the preparation of a disaster recovery plan, the development of policies and procedures, and an understanding of the roles and relationships within an organization that is recovering from a disaster and the implementation of a plan.

As an important part of a flexible and highly efficient disaster recovery plan, this course addresses the use of virtualization techniques that will assist in the development of an enterprise approach for disaster recovery and business continuity. An introduction to these techniques will be covered, as well as the importance of securing virtual environments.

The primary objectives of the course are:

  • Understanding the importance of disaster recovery in the enterprise.
  • Understanding how to create an enterprise disaster plan.
  • Identifying strategies to develop a secure network.
  • Understanding the importance of Policy and Procedure.
  • Exploring virtualization technologies.
  • Understanding the use of traditional and virtual technologies in disaster planning.

Duration: 40 Hours

Who Should Attend?  Cyber Security Analysts, IT Support, Administrative Managers, risk assessment administrators, penetration testers, cyber forensic investigators, venerability assessment auditors, system administrators, system engineers, firewall administrators, and network managers.

Mode of Delivery: Online