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12 July 2011
Apply now for TRANSITS workshop on security incident response
Institute of Technology Blanchardstown campus

Space is still available for the TRANSITS I course on 8-9 September in Blanchardstown, Ireland, just north of Dublin. Organised by TERENA and the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) and hosted by the Irish Reporting and Information Security Service (IRISS), this affordable, high quality training course is intended for staff members of new or established Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs) who wish to gain basic grounding in the main aspects of working in an incident response team.

The course will cover the operational, organisational, technical, legal and advisory aspects of a CSIRT and will also address areas such as PGP keys, RFCs and contemporary incidents. Participants will learn, for example, how to set up a CSIRT from scratch as well as how to increase the effectiveness of security incident response handling. Course modules and materials have been revised and updated since the last TRANSITS I course held in January 2011.


The venue for the workshop will be the Learning and Innovation Centre (LINC) in Blanchardstown, Ireland. The workshop will start early in the morning of 8 September and will finish late on 9 September 2011.


Participants from not-for-profit organisations will be charged a fee of €750. The fee for participants from commercial companies is €1100. The fee includes all course materials, a CD-ROM and the course folder, three nights accommodation including breakfast, and lunch, dinner and refreshments on 8 and 9 September.

The application deadline for the workshop is 22 July 2011.

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