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    Question BCP and DR certifications

    Hi ,

    What are the available good BCP and DR certifications

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    SR
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    Business continuity and disaster recovery are two different things. Do you want certifications about them or, since this is an IT forum, are you looking for certifications in products that provide those features?

    In the future, feel free to spell out acronyms. No need to assume everyone knows the acronym of the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srevent View Post
    Hi ,

    What are the available good BCP and DR certifications

    Thanks,
    SR
    The one I know of is this. I've had coworkers that held this certification.
    https://www.drii.org/certification/cbcp.php
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    Quote Originally Posted by EANx View Post
    In the future, feel free to spell out acronyms. No need to assume everyone knows the acronym of the day.
    Spelling out acronyms does help sometimes. I got my Sec+ and I was just staring at "BCP" and "DR" thinking "nope, no idea what those are" =P
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    To be fair, I often see Disaster Recovery placed under the umbrella of Business Continuity.
    Anyway, I found this, I hope it helps.

    https://www.storagecraft.com/blog/bu...ertifications/
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