This course provides participants with concrete solutions, strategies and insights into the delivery of an effective IT infrastructure and disaster recovery plan with the goal of establishing resilience measures to protect their organizations’ IT.
Using tested processes and procedures, participants will analyze the risks and impact to IT operations that threats might cause. A framework for building operational resilience will be provided to deliver an effective response for safeguarding the organizations technology interests and value-creating activities.
This practical course provides participants with a framework that considers ISO 27031, ISO 20000, ITIL and ISO 22301, aligned with the Business Continuity Institute (BCI) Good Practice Guidelines (GPG) 2013 and NCEMA 7000-2012.
This course will be highly interactive and include group discussions, videos, case studies and syndicate work.
Risk Evaluation, BIA and High Level IT DR Plan Templates will be applied during the course and given for use after the course. Supporting information, such as Steering Committee Terms of Reference (ToR’s), Change Management, DR Test Strategy and testing processes and procedures will also be made available.
It includes specific templates for carrying-out a Business Impact Analysis (BIA) as well as completion of an IT DR Plan (DRP) that participants will be able to take away for use in their own organizations.
IT managers and professionals, including Disaster Recovery (DR) managers or anyone responsible for, or involved with, Disaster Recovery Plans (DRP), Business Continuity Plans (BCP) and/or technology and IT auditing.