MABR Masters Achievement in Business Resilience
WHAT IS MABR CERTIFICATION?
MABR is the highest level credential with a qualification criteria that extends beyond the requisite expertise in the field of business continuity (BC) and disaster recovery (DR). MABR candidates must demonstrate extensive knowledge and experience in BC/DR program management. They must also provide evidence of their knowledge and insight to conduct a methodical and thorough assessments and reviews of BC/DR plans and programs. Earning an MABR designation signifies a strong commitment to BC/DR profession and also recognizes the skills to lead and direct BC/DR projects.
HOW DO I ATTAIN MABR CERTIFICATION?
This certification is awarded through a points-based evaluation process. Candidates for MABR must achieve a total of 100 points from three of the following segments:
- Segment A: Core credentials - such as CBRM, CBRITP or equivalent credentials (a maximum of 40 points)
- Segment B: Advanced credentials - such as CBRA or equivalent credentials/experience (a maximum of 20 points)
- Segment C: Work experience - in business continuity and IT disaster recovery and related fields (a maximum of 60 points)
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MABR is a highest designation in the certification track which begins with either CBRM or CBRITP credentials. Evaluation for MABR is based on achievements in Segments A, B, and C.
Segment A - Core credentials such as CBRM, CBRITP or equivalent designations.
Segment B - Advance credentials such as CBRA (Certified Business Resilience Auditor) or equivalent designations/experience.
Segment C - Extensive experience in business continuity, IT disaster recovery, and crisis/emergency management.