The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and International Multilateral Partnership Against Cyber Threats (“IMPACT”) are organsing a training workshop on "Securing Networks" from 1-4 November 2011 in Cyberjaya, Malaysia. The training is supported by the Department of Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Government of Australia.
This training aims to build capacity and capability for those involved in implementing, designing, configuring, maintaining and reviewing a secure network system to prevent and manage network vulnerabilities. This course will cover network best practices developed over years of working with organisations globally to better manage and secure their network systems. The course will be focused on methods of helping organisations run more cost-effective networks and help to provide better service to their customers. Topics such as secure router configuration, routing best practices, BGP, DNS and DNSSEC, botnet discovery and mitigation, DDoS detection and mitigation, netflow analysis, spam detection, anti-phishing techniques will be covered in depth.
The training workshop was attended by 40 participants from the following ITU Member States: Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalan, Cambodia, Croatia, Cyprus, Hong Kong (China), India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Oman, Rwanda, Samoa, Saudi Arabia, Somalia and Sri Lanka.