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IS-523: Resilient Accord – Exercising Continuity Plans for Cyber Incidents

This course is currently being reviewed and revised to incorporate recent changes to Federal Continuity Directives 1 and 2 (FCD-1 & 2) and Continuity Guidance Circulars 1 and 2 (CGC 1 & 2). This course will remain available for completion until the revised course is implemented.

Course Date

4/16/2013

Course Overview

The course is to increase Federal Department and Agencies, State, territorial, tribal and local jurisdictional continuity of operations awareness and discuss how to execute continuity operations during a cyber security event.

Course Objectives:

  1. Increase organizational awareness about the importance of incorporating cyber security into continuity planning
  2. Establish and enhance relationships between information technology professionals and emergency managers or continuity planners
  3. Discuss how cyber disruptions may impact the performance of essentials functions and identify solutions to address vulnerabilities in existing continuity plans.

Primary Audience

Federal, State, Territorial, Tribal and Local Jurisdictional individuals involved with continuity of operations.

Prerequisites

None

CEUs:

0.3

Course Length:

3 hours
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Notices
  • Test questions are scrambled to protect test integrity
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