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Most organizations plan for routine operations, but what happens when unexpected events overtake the routine? This course examines contingency planning used to prepare for and manage non-normal operations, including cybersecurity incidents – like hacking attempts, web site defacement, denial of service attacks, information disclosures; a well as other natural and man-made cybersecurity disasters. In this course, a learner will be able to: ● Define and describe the components of a cybersecurity contingency planning program ● Identify the components and structure of an effective cybersecurity incident response program ● Identify the components and structure of an effective cybersecurity disaster recovery program ● Define and describe recommended contingency strategies including data backup and recovery and continuity of cybersecurity operations....



Sep 29, 2020

Great course with many great things to reference in when managaing Cybersecurity Incidents and Disasters. As someone working in the industry (SOC) I highly recommend this course.


Oct 30, 2020

One of the best courses I have taken so far, concise ,informative and straight to the point .I am going to review the entire course. Great course content! thank you...


26 - Managing Cybersecurity Incidents and Disasters 的 37 个评论(共 37 个)

创建者 Arnaldo M

Jan 22, 2021

Simply excellent

创建者 Kiran I

Aug 31, 2021

Great detailing

创建者 Tong V C

Dec 23, 2020

The best Cour

创建者 Daniel R

Dec 1, 2020

Very good

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Oct 18, 2020


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Sep 25, 2020


创建者 Kirsten H

Dec 22, 2020

It would be 5 stars if the questions at the end didn't mark some questions incorrectly, otherwise the actual learning is excellent!

创建者 Joe H

Sep 27, 2021

Great information

创建者 Aaron A

Mar 25, 2021

Amazing Program !

创建者 Elena P

Jan 24, 2021

The course is ok but where the content is incorrect in a couple of spots, it has not been addressed for months after students advise of the same. Not sure if anyone is interested in fixing these issues.