Sep 25

WORKSHOP BUSINESS CONTINUITY AND DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN

3 Days intensive workshop

Course

Business Continuity and  Disaster Recovery Plan

Instructor WORKSHOP BUSINESS CONTINUITY  AND DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN

Fauzi Hasan, DR, Ir. MM, MBA, PMP, CISA, CISSP, SSCP, CISM, CMPP, CSCP, CGeIT, APICS, ITIL, CE-PM, APICS, Prince2

Description WORKSHOP BUSINESS CONTINUITY  AND DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN
Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity, a strategic imperative and a competitive advantage in an environment where you must plan for the unexpected, maintain operations, and meet regulatory demands.Course also covers recovery time and recovery point objectives (RTO and RPO).  Built upon the concepts ofical  risk analysis and business impact planning, this course is designed to provide a foundation and guide to coordinated organizational emergency response and event management during and after a disruptive occurrence.The course contains a number of practical sessions, designed to build on the comprehensive  components of the module, and to encourage inquisitive debate and the sharing of knowledge and practical experience among the  participants.The qualification promotes a hands-on approach to Crisis Management by applying effective  standards, enabling participants to make immediate use of the module on their return to their organizations that demand for rapid and practical crisis management solution.
Objectives WORKSHOP BUSINESS CONTINUITY  AND DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN
Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to:1.  Identify the core pieces and functions of an integrated, effective, corporate business continuity program2.  Describe key Business Continuity terms and concepts, such as: determining critical business functions, the “MARC” (Minimum Acceptable Recovery Configuration), Recovery Time Objectives, Recovery Point Objectives, Recovery Time Capabilities, information technology disaster recovery technical solution designs standards and practices3.  Understand how to effectively determine business unit business resumption requirements for loss of workspace, loss of information technology, and loss of personnel.4.  Understand how to approach crafting effective information technology recovery time capabilities for key systems that will meet business units’ stated needs, and how to address “the gap” which may be discovered between business units’ information technology recovery requirements and available money or capabilities5.  Understand the core quality control concepts surrounding the development and use of scorecards in evaluating business resumption and disaster recovery plans, and standardized objective metrics in information technology testing
Target Audience WORKSHOP BUSINESS CONTINUITY  AND DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN
The course is recommended for senior managers, project managers, and  crisis management officers.This introductory course is intended for four  broad categories of participants:

  • Technical practitioners who may be required to operate under or help implement a Crisis Management program.
  • Process analysts who may be required to design or monitor implementation of BCP and DRP program.
  • Managers who may be charged with determining a path for process improvement in their crisis management solution
  • Those wishing to learn more about how BCP and DRP  can augment process improvement in the crisis management efforts.
Benefits WORKSHOP BUSINESS CONTINUITY  AND DISASTER RECOVERY PLAN
The conspicuous benefits of the course shall be felt upon immediate implementation of the theories and concept described and conveyed during the course.Structured and systematic in  crisis management approach is one of the benefits by attending the course..
 Duration 3 Days

Course Contents and Descriptions

  1. Course Intro and 1.Asset Identification
  • Course Intro and Review
  • Critical Asset Identification
    •  Tangible/Physical Assets
    •  Intangible/Logical Assets
  • Asset Valuation
  • Baseline Creation
  • Understanding Asset Ranking in Incident Response vs. Disaster Recovery
  1. Introduction to Risk Management
  •  Overview of the Risk Management Process
  •  Risk
  •  Risk Assessment Process
  •  Risk Management
  • Residual Risk
  • Risk Control and Acceptance
  1. Threat
Threats

  •  Environmental/Natural Threat
  •  Human Threats
    • Error
    • The Insider
    •  Sabotage
    • Social Engineering
  •  Hardware/Software Failure
  •  Attack
    •  Software Attacks
    •  Viruses
    •    Worms
    •    Backdoors and Trapdoors
    •    Denial of Service
  • Theft
  •  Threat Analysis
  • Threat Assessment
  1. Vulnerabilities
  • Vulnerabilities
  • Vulnerability Analysis
  • Vulnerability Management
  • Network Vulnerabilities
  • Technical Vulnerabilities
  1. Planning for Organizational Readiness
Contingency Planning ProcessBeginning the CP ProcessElements to Begin Contingency PlanningContingency Planning PolicyBusiness Impact AnalysisBusiness Impact Analysis Data Collection

  • Budget Planning for BIA
    • Incident Response Budgeting
    • Disaster Recovery Budgeting
    • Business Continuity Budgeting
    • Crisis Management Budgeting
    • Preparing for Incident Response
    • Incident Response Policy
    • Building the Security Incident Response Team
      • Incident Response Planning
      • During the Incident
      • After the Incident
      • Before the Incident
    • Assembling and Maintaining the Final Incident Response Plan
    • Detecting Incidents
    • Intrusion Detection Systems
    • Incident Decision Making
    • Reaction
    • Recovery from Incidents
    • Maintenance
    • Intrusion Forensics
    • Chain of Custody
    • Managing Evidentiary Data in an Electronic Environment
    • Data and Application Resumption
    •      Site Resumption Strategies
      • Exclusive Site Resumption Strategies
      •  Shared Site Resumption Strategies
      •   Service Agreements
    • Disaster Classifications
    • Forming the Disaster Recovery Team
    • Disaster Planning Functions
    • Technical Contingency Planning Considerations
    • Resumption Phase
    • Restoration Phase
    • Facing Key Challenges
    • Preparation: Training the DR Team and the Users
    • Disaster Response Phase
    • Recovery Phase
    •  Resumption Phase
    •   Restoration Phase
    •  Simulation Exercise-Sample Disaster Recovery Plans
    • Elements of Business Continuity
    •  The Business Continuity Team
    •   Business Continuity Policy and Plan Functions
    •    Creating an Effective BC Plan/Policy
    •    Implementing the BC Plan
    •    Continuous Improvement of the BC Process
    •     Maintaining the BC Plan
    •      Simulation Exercise-Sample Business Continuity Plan
    • Crisis Management in the Organization
    •  Preparing for Crisis Management
    •   Post-Crisis Trauma
    •    Getting People Back to Work
    •     Law Enforcement Involvement
    •     Managing Crisis Communications
    •      Succession Planning
  1. Incident Response
  • Preparing for Incident Response
  • Incident Response Policy
  • Building the Security Incident Response Team
    • Incident Response Planning
    • During the Incident
    • After the Incident
    • Before the Incident
  • Assembling and Maintaining the Final Incident Response Plan
  • Detecting Incidents
  • Intrusion Detection Systems
  • Incident Decision Making
  • Reaction
  • Recovery from Incidents
  • Maintenance
  • Intrusion Forensics
  • Chain of Custody
  • Managing Evidentiary Data in an Electronic Environment
  1. Contingency Strategies for Business Resumption Planning
  • Data and Application Resumption
  •      Site Resumption Strategies
    • Exclusive Site Resumption Strategies
    • Shared Site Resumption Strategies
    • Service Agreements
  1. Disaster Recovery
  • Disaster Classifications
  • Forming the Disaster Recovery Team
  • Disaster Planning Functions
  • Technical Contingency Planning Considerations
  • Resumption Phase
  • Restoration Phase
  • Facing Key Challenges
  • Preparation: Training the DR Team and the Users
  • Disaster Response Phase
  • Recovery Phase
  • Resumption Phase
  • Restoration Phase
  • Simulation Exercise-Sample Disaster Recovery Plans
  1. Business Continuity
  • Elements of Business Continuity
  • The Business Continuity Team
  • Business Continuity Policy and Plan Functions
  • Creating an Effective BC Plan/Policy
  • Implementing the BC Plan
  • Continuous Improvement of the BC Process
  • Maintaining the BC Plan
  • Simulation Exercise-Sample Business Continuity Plan
  1. Crisis Management
  • Crisis Management in the Organization
  • Preparing for Crisis Management
  • Post-Crisis Trauma
  • Getting People Back to Work
  • Law Enforcement Involvement
  • Managing Crisis Communications
  • Succession Planning

 

DURASI WORKSHOP : 3 Hari

TEMPAT WORKSHOP  :

  • HSP Academy Training Center (Dengan peserta maksimal 15 orang)
  • Hotel POP BSD, Grand Zuri BSD atau Fame Hotel Gading Serpong (Dengan peserta diatas 15 orang)

BIAYA WORKSHOP  : 

Rp. 4,500,000,- (Empat Juta Lima Ratus Ribu Rupiah)

CONTACT INFORMATION/REGISTRATION

HSP Academy Training Center

Ruko Graha Boulevard Blok D 26 Gading Serpong – Tangerang

Tlp. (021)29001153   atau 29001151

HP. 0812 1990 1006 atau 0812 8388 6030

Fax. (021)29001152

Email: info@hspacademy.com

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