For Cyber Security Awareness Month: DRI’s IT/DR Workshop

cyber-securityOctober is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, designed to engage and educate both the public and private sector and increase the resiliency of the United States in the event of a cyber incident. It’s a perfect time to sign up for world-class training on the subject — such as DRI’s IT/DR workshop!

The theme of week 5 (Oct. 25-30) is “Building the Next Generation of Professionals,” looking to the future of the cybersecurity workforce and emphasizing the need for properly trained cybersecurity professionals.

The IT/DR workshop fits that need perfectly for business continuity professionals looking to expand their areas of expertise. Over the course of two days, you will learn about your responsibilities, the benefits and drawbacks of the tools and processes available to you, and how your organization can increase its preparedness. You’ll come away with the skills you need to create an IT/DR project plan – and gain management approval for it.

If you work in business continuity, IT, security, or a related field, and have an interest in your responsibilities when it comes to IT/DR, this interactive course is for you. If it’s been a while since you were last certified, this is the perfect opportunity for you to get on top of the latest developments in IT/DR. The knowledge you gain will put you at the head of the pack professionally, and make you a valuable asset to your organization.

The IT/DR workshop will next be offered in Atlanta, GA, on Mar. 3-4 as one of the pre-conference courses available at DRI2016. Space is limited, so reserve your seat now!

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