3 hours 19 minutes
Hey, everyone, welcome back to the core. So in the last module, we went through a couple of laps. Now again, I wanna stress they were not step by step labs at all, and they would take several hours ago. Police haven't completed those yet. Go ahead and pause this video or watch this video. But go back to those labs is really important to get their hands on
to labs. They're number one. It's going to show you how to develop a business continuity plan and disaster recovery plan. I'm gonna review a lot of documentation
to create your own versions of those and kind of fill in the blanks. The other lab is going to show you how to review A, B, C, P and G R P to see what's missing, what's antiquated it, or outdated information and this video work and just wrap up the course.
So we covered many things in this course at a very high level. We talked about the differences between B, c, P and G R P. We talked about five layers of risk. We talked about a lot of different examples, like earthquakes and hurricanes and health care companies and ran somewhere and all sorts of good stuff to help you understand the whole concept here overall.
So what's next? Well, there's a lot of different courses and directions. You can go one of things if you're focused on developing BCPs into your piece
is kind of, ah, side component of that is focusing on security controls and a good course that we have on that is, and Amoroso those 50 see so security controls. Now don't let the title that intimidate you at all. You don't have to be a sizzle or chief information security officer to watch the cores, but there's a lot of good information in that course to help you understand
different processes and controls to complete in place for your particular organization,
now is always I want to thank you for taking this course, and I will see you in the next one
Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery Planning
This course will provide students with an introduction to business continuity plans (BCP) and disaster recovery plans (DRP), the difference between them and the thought process towards performing a business impact analysis (BIA).