The course dives deep into CSIRT/SOC establishment practice, where combination of theory, unique experience with lessons learned, and hands-on practice give attendees a clear and actionable picture on how to build an effective cybersecurity team.
This training helps to successively prepare for cybersecurity team establishment and answers the main questions raised before starting:
Understand the drivers and mechanisms of climate change and the sources of greenhouse gases. Have a broad overview of the current status and developments relating to carbon footprinting, covering the key concepts and the main international standards. Be familiarized with the methodology for the quantification and reporting of the carbon footprint of a product (CFP) in accordance with ISO 14067. Calculate a product carbon footprint. Interpret the results of a carbon footprint, design an action plan and integrate it into a continuous improvement environmental process.
This course enables participants to develop the necessary expertise to implement a management system for sustainable development in communities (MSSDC) based on ISO 37101, an international standard that aims at helping communities of all types and sizes become more sustainable and resilient.
The subject matter of this training course is the discussion of legal framework applicable to Artificial Intelligence with international focus. By discussing the application of Artificial Intelligence, various types of Artificial Agents in many spheres of life will be considered, including: business activity, household, and the public sector. During the training course different definitions of Artificial Intelligence will be considered and discussed from a legal point of view.
As cyber threats grow in number and sophistication, building a security team dedicated to incident response is a necessity. In many organizations, a computer security incident response team (CSIRT) has become essential to deal with the growing number and increasing sophistication of cyber threats. This particular course focused on how to build an effective cyber incident response team and its capability including the setup and the governance framework.
This course will cover Future mobile and wireless broadband: LTE-A-Pro, WiFi, Satellites, 5G NR and AI, including technologies, regulation and business aspects. The course will include mobile broadband LTE/LTE-Advanced architecture, 4G Evolved Packet Core (EPC), 4.9G LTE-A-Pro, 4.9G QoS and mobile Internet access, cellular Internet of Things (IoT), LTE in unlicensed bands, LTE-A-Pro V2X and mission critical services, as well as business and regulatory aspects of mobile broadband.
Satellite technologies have played a significant role in communications for many decades, since they are the only ones that can provide truly global coverage. Their applications in IoT have so far been limited, but recent advances in electronics and antenna technologies have ushered a new era of smaller satellites with improved characteristics, which coupled with improvements in launching vehicles open the door for unforeseen applications, sustainable even in budget constrained sectors.
The course is designed to empower incident handlers to be effective at their work. The training course presents a comprehensive overview of cybersecurity teams' issues on a technical level, vulnerability handling, trend/technology watch, security tools, and also issues of artefact handling and forensics. The course is technical in nature, relying heavily on hands-on and practical experience. The most recent threats and vulnerabilities are treated.
La Blockchain, ou chaîne de blocs, est une technologie de stockage et de transmission d'informations sans organe de contrôle. La Blockchain est considérée comme l'une des technologies les plus populaires ces derniers temps. Techniquement, il s'agit d'une base de données distribuée dont les informations envoyées par les utilisateurs et les liens internes à la base sont vérifiés et groupés à intervalles de temps réguliers en blocs, formant ainsi une chaîne.