Course Overview/Dates

This course provides an insight into the world of Information Technology Disaster Recovery (IT DR). Whilst its vital links with Business Continuity Management (BCM) are acknowledged, this is not intended to be a substitute for a BCM course.

What's included?

  • Course slides and notes
  • Lunch and refreshments
  • Certificate of attendance

Course Dates

Dates Number of days Location Price
Mon 19 Nov 2018
London, UK £1,050.00 Book Reserve
Course tutor: Antonina Aubihl AMBCI
Thu 16 May 2019
London, UK £1,050.00 Book Reserve
Course tutor: To be confirmed
Mon 11 Nov 2019
London, UK £1,050.00 Book Reserve
Course tutor: To be confirmed
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Details & Programme

IT Disaster Recovery is the part of Business Continuity that specialises in responding to serious operational disruptions resulting from IT failures. This course takes delegates through the IT DR Plan lifecycle from understanding the key business drivers, examining the various strategic options available that determine the shape of the IT DR Plan, through to ensuring that a completed plan is fit-for-purpose.

Day 1

StartFinishSubject Area
09000930Introduction
09301100IT Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Standard ISO 22301
11001115Break
11151230Risk Assessment and Business Impact Analysis: RTO. RPO, MTO, MASL
12301330Lunch
13301500Overview of the Storage solutions, Replication technology, High availability configurations
15001515Break
15151600Backup and recovery strategies: In-house, Outsourced and Cloud
16001700Review of Day 1

Day 2

StartFinishSubject Area
09000910Review of Day 1
09101100Work Area Recovery (WAR)
11001115Break
11151230Writing and Implementing your IT Disaster Recovery Plan
12301330Lunch
13301500DR team structure, Emergency communication, Incident Management
15001515Break
15151600Validating your IT Disaster Recovery Plan
16001700Course Review
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Course Benefits

By the end of the sessions you will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of the relationship between business continuity management and IT DR
  • Identify the business drivers that provide the critical direction for IT DR solutions
  • Describe how to address any gaps that exist between ‘what the business expects from IT’ compared with ‘what IT is capable of delivering’
  • Define the various IT DR strategies that can be adopted 
  • Understand the pros and cons of In-House, Outsourced and Cloud based IT DR solution
  • Describe the various data backup / retrieval processes and mechanisms  
  • Appreciate the importance of IT’s role in recovering the desktop facilities for business work areas
  • Understand how an IT DR plan is constructed and define what’s in and what’s out
  • Recognise the importance of validating your IT DR plan and identify the different methods of approach 


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Who Should Attend?

  • Experienced Business Continuity practitioners who are looking for an understanding of how IT Disaster Recovery plans are developed to support the overarching business requirements
  • Data Centre managers with IT DR responsibilities
  • Crisis Management team members needing to understand how the IT DR plan interfaces with enterprise wide crisis / incident management
  • Information Technology practitioners who need a good appreciation of the mechanics of IT Disaster Recovery 
  • Auditors who may be called upon to scrutinise IT DR plans
  • Risk Managers intent on understanding how IT departments DR plans are prepared in response to serious IT failure related risk
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Tutors

Kim Maclean-Bristol

Kim Maclean-Bristol

MSc, BSc (Hons), MBCI, CBCI, ISO 22301 Lead Auditor

Antonina Aubihl

Antonina Aubihl

AMBCI

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In-house Options

Please contact the BC Training team on 01253 542650 or email info@b-c-training.co.uk, should you wish to discuss options for delivering this course in-house at your organisation.

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Locations

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London

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51-53 Hatton Garden
Farringdon
London
EC1N 8HN

+44 (0) 20 7242 4123

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