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Disaster Recovery Professional 

Disaster Recover Professional (DRP) provides the professionals with a strong understanding of business continuity and disaster recovery principles, including conducting business impact analysis, assessing of risks, developing policies and procedures, and implementing a plan. It also teaches professionals how to secure data by putting policies and procedures in place, and how to recover and restore their organization’s critical data in the aftermath of a disaster.

From 9/11 to Hurricane Katrina to the recent WannaCry fiasco, the business community has been hit repeatedly by one disaster after another in the past decade and a half. The scary part is that the frequency is increasing exponentially in the past few years, thanks to the growing number of cyber-attacks.

Even scarier is the study that shows that 2 out of 5 business still do not even have a disaster recovery and business continuity plan.


And out of the ones that do, only about half of them even test it regularly to see if it is still relevant. Furthermore, industry experts have reiterated the fact in every forum possible, that the size of the business is irrelevant to having a recovery and business continuity plan. Everyone needs to have one to stay relevant in current times.


This scenario can only be amended by trained BC/DR professionals who not only understand the gravity of the situation, but also are equipped to ensure that businesses are least impacted when a disaster strikes.

Certified Network Defender


Introduction to Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity

Business Continuity Management (BCM)

Risk Assessment

Business Impact Analysis (BIA)

Business Continuity Planning (BCP)

Data Backup Strategies

Data Recovery Strategies

Virtualization-Based Disaster Recovery

System Recovery

Centralized and Decentralized System Recovery

Disaster Recovery Planning Process

BCP Testing, Maintenance, and Training

EDRP Training Options

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