Lead Disaster Recovery Manager Certification

The “PECB Certified Lead Disaster Recovery Manager” credential is a professional certification for individuals that need to demonstrate the competence to implement, maintain and manage an ongoing disaster recovery plan.

The principal competencies and knowledge skills needed by the market are the ability to support an organization in implementing and managing a disaster recovery framework, implementation of a disaster recovery plan, recovery solutions identification, recovery solutions analysis, disaster recovery plan evaluation, and communicating, monitoring and reviewing the disaster recovery plan.

Various professions may apply for this certification:

  • Disaster recovery professionals
  • IT professionals
  • Individuals responsible for a disaster recovery plan within an organization
  • Members of a disaster recovery team
  • IT disaster recovery consultants
  • Staff implementing or seeking to comply with/or who are involved in a disaster recovery plan
Credential Exam Professional experience DRMS project experience Other requirements
Provisional Disaster Recovery Manager PECB Certified Lead Disaster Recovery Manager Exam None None Signing the PECB code of ethics
Disaster Recovery Manager PECB Certified Lead Disaster Recovery Manager Exam Two years: One year of IT Disaster Recovery planning and management related work experience IT Disaster Recovery planning and management activities totaling 200 hours Signing the PECB code of ethics
Lead Disaster Recovery Manager PECB Certified Lead Disaster Recovery Manager Exam Five years: Two years of IT Disaster Recovery planning and management related work experience IT Disaster Recovery planning and management activities totaling 300 hours Signing the PECB code of ethics

For certification purposes, the following disaster recovery activities constitute valid experience:

  • Internal implementation and/or management of a disaster recovery plan
  • External/consulting implementation and/or management of a disaster recovery plan
  • Partial implementation and/or management of a disaster recovery plan such as recovery solutions analysis, disaster recovery evaluation, and communicating, monitoring and reviewing the disaster recovery plan

To be considered valid, the disaster recovery activities should follow best implementation practices and include most of the following activities:

  1. Understanding an organization and its context
  2. Defining a disaster recovery planning approach
  3. Selection of a disaster recovery implementation framework
  4. Risk mitigation strategies development
  5. Defining disaster recovery criteria
  6. Identification of assets, threats, existing controls, vulnerabilities and consequences (impacts)
  7. Assessment of consequences and incident likelihood
  8. Evaluating disaster recovery scenarios
  9. Evaluating disaster recovery options
  10. Selecting and implementing controls
  11. Performing a disaster recovery review

 

Informations and registration:

Poza-site-ANAlexandra Niculae, Training Director ENVISO

alexandra.niculae@enviso.org

0723.592.977


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