This Official Mile2® cyber security certification training series covers everything you need to know about becoming a certified disaster recovery engineer. Students will learn about business impact analysis, risk analysis, BDP strategies, IT recovery strategies, implementation phase, testing and exercise, maintenance and updating, execution phase, cyber attacks, and pandemics.
Being a Certified Disaster Recovery Engineer (CDRE) validates that 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. You are important to keep a businesses’ critical operations running, which today heavily relies on its IT infrastructure.
Available CEUs for Course Series Completion: 5
Students can earn up to 5 CEUs for fully completing this course series. This information will be displayed on the certificate of completion.
Module 01 – Welcome to Disaster Recovery Training – 26m
Module 02 – Business Impact Analysis – 24m
Module 03 – Risk Analysis – 12m
Module 04 – BCP Strategies – 27m
Module 05 – IT Recovery Strategies – 28m
Module 06 – Implementation Phase – 9m
Module 07 – Testing and Exercise – 7m
Module 08 – Maintenance and Updating – 6m
Module 09 – Execution Phase – 7m
Final Exam Practice
Who is this course for?
This course is for those who have some knowledge or experience in IT and want gain expertise in Disaster Recovery of data and systems.
Prior knowledge and experience in IT and support is required.
Professional roles include, but are not limited to IT Professional, Chief Technology Officer, System Administrator, Disaster Recovery Professional, Business Continuity Professional, and Risk Consultant.
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