This extensive course is designed to provide an operational basis for all facets of disaster recovery and continuity-contingency planning through information delivery and practical Real-World Experience exercises. Students will develop enhanced abilities to establish and understand training, testing, risk analysis, impact analysis, strategy, emergency response, computer incident response and recovery.
Attendees will develop enhanced insights through detailed presentations of concepts, discussion of applicable NIST and DoD publications, and a series of practical Hands-On Labs. This course will expose the students to emergency response techniques from the development of checklists and templates to crafting concise planning documents.
Highlights of this Course
-Designed to provide an operational basis for all facets of disaster recovery planning with practical Real-World Experience Hands-On Lab exercises.
-These Tabletop style labs allow sharing knowledge and skills to develop a DoD Installation Scenario for application of the various plans relevant to Risk Management.
-The course will impart an ability to conduct contingency and recovery planning using NIST standards.
-Students will develop insights into the seven NIST progressive steps for a viable contingency plan involving recovery strategies and how systems may be recovered following a disaster.
-Understanding of emergency planning and response techniques from the development of checklists to completion of related templates.
-Knowledge of how to develop viable, easy to use recovery plans that address all hazards and all contingencies.
-Understanding the elements of an ongoing viable recovery capability through hands-on exercises that meet the needs of DoD organizations.
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