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Disaster 2011 1Day Announcement

Disaster 2011 1Day Announcement

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Advanced IT Disaster Recovery Planning
 –31
st
May 2011
The Computer Society of Kenya The Computer Society of Kenya The Computer Society of Kenya The Computer Society of Kenya 
 Advanced IT Disaster RecoveryPlanning
1-Day Intensive Workshop
 
31
st
May 2011Jacaranda Hotel, Nairobi
 
Advanced IT Disaster Recovery Planning Workshop – 31
st
May, 20111
Building A Comprehensive IT Disaster Recovery Plan
  A Practical Workshop:
Intended Audience: 
IT Staff, Project Members and Staff Involved with IT Disaster Recovery Planning 
Workshop Description 
Every company, regardless of size, needs a
concise business continuity plan
in case of anemergency. If you don't have a disaster recovery plan or haven't updated yours recently, now is the timeto take this critical step to protect your company's assets. This workshop will show you how.
 
 At the workshop you will receive the
set of tools
you need to create a rock solid plan and assure youleave no stone unturned. We will use an
interactive Best Practices Guide
that walks you through theentire process, providing all the planning tools you need along the way.Here’s what you will receive at the workshop:
Resources to get you up-to-speed on the latest relevant issues
Detailed tasks and steps for each phase of the disaster recovery planning process
A unique interactive set of tools and templates to propel you through the required tasks
Comprehensive operational, risk, and business impact analysis stepsYou'll also receive a 166-page eBook (in PDF format) that explains the complete step-by-stepmethodology, plus a PDF workbook that acts as a linked guide to 66 tools and templates that will beavailed at the workshop. Created by subject-matter experts to help you utilize industry-standard bestpractices in building your disaster recovery plan, these tools will help you:
Audit your current vulnerabilities
Mitigate your company's risks, plan for recovery, and prioritize the systems that need to berestored
Learn what actions to complete now, before disaster happens
Create recovery teams and test plans, making sure everyone knows their role in a crisis
Develop an open, inclusive process for disaster recovery planning
 
Advanced IT Disaster Recovery Planning Workshop – 31
st
May, 20112
Workshop Topics and Methodology Process
 
Stage 1> Planning The Plan 9.30 10.15
 1.1 Identifying the Scope of the Project1.2 Project Goal Statement1.3 Identifying Impacted Areas1.4 Business Unit Listing1.5 Stakeholder Analysis Tool1.6 Letter to Key Stakeholders1.7 Kickoff Meeting Agenda1.8 Timeline Tool1.9 Project Definition Statement
 
Stage 2 > Conduct an Operational Analysis 10.45 11.15
 2.1 Physical Security Checklists2.2 Data Access Audit2.3 Exceptions to Policies Found During Data Access Audit2.4 Critical Services2.5 Critical Service Provider Profile2.6 Password Management Review2.7 Data Backup Practices2.8 Documentation Review2.9 Operational Analysis Report
 
Stage 3 > Perform Risk Analysis 11.15 12.30 a.m.
 3.1 Penetration Services Agreement3.2 Penetration Testing and Network Assessment Checklist3.3 Technical Risk Analysis Report3.4 Potential Risk Checklists3.5 Business Impact Analysis3.6 Business Impact Analysis: Report Template3.7 Business Impact Analysis: Sample Report
 
Stage 4 > Document Systems and Applications 2.00 2.30 p.m.
 4.1 Detailed Network Diagram4.2 Passwords4.3 IP Addresses and Routing Information4.4 Printers and Fax Machines4.5 Key Personnel4.6 Vendors4.7 Software4.8 Phone / Fax / ISDN & DSL Lines4.9 Procedures4.10 Remote Locations4.11 Hardware
 
Stage 5 > Identify Tolerance for Downtime and Recovery Priority 2.30 – 2.45 p.m.
 5.1 Prioritization According To Business Impact5.2 Specific Components of Recovery5.3 Recovery Prioritization Meeting
 
Stage 6 > Develop and Mandate Recovery Teams 2.45 -3.30 p.m
 6.1 Hardware Recovery Team6.2 Data Recovery Team

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