Asia Pacific Advanced Network Meeting

Grand Millennium Hotel Auckland 5th - 9th August 2018


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Session Details

TRANSITS I Training


ObjectivesProviding affordable, state of the art high quality training to Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) and other interested Research & Education (R&E) organisations' personnel in the Asia Pacific region and equipping the attendees with the knowledge and materials needed to pass their knowledge in their constituencies.
Target AudienceThe training is primarily aimed at new or potential CSIRT personnel who wish to gain a solid understanding in the main aspects of working in an incident handling and response team.
This session requires registration and if someone is interested in attending, they should contact Sigita Jurkynaite via email sigita.jurkynaite@geant.org
Session Co-ordinator(s)Sigita Jurkynaite, GÉANT, Netherlands
Expected No. of Participants35
Seating ArrangementU Shape

Session 1 : Welcome + Organisational Module

Date:Sunday 2018-08-05
Time:09:00 - 12:30
Location:Aucklander
Trainer(s):Sigita Jurkynaite, GÉANT, Netherlands
No. of Participants:22, out of which 5 have provided feeedback
Agenda
1.  Welcoming the participants Presenting the agenda Introduction to GÉANT Community Programme
Sigita Jurkynaite, GÉANT, Netherlands
2.  Organisational Module
Jamie Gillespie, APNIC, Australia
The organisational module covers how CSIRTs fit within their organisations and includes planning the team, defining its constituency, determining which services to offer, staffing, communicating with external parties, funding, and obtaining management authority.

Session 2 : Technical Module

Date:Sunday 2018-08-05
Time:13:30 - 17:00
Location:Aucklander
Trainer(s):Melanie Rieback, Radically Open Security, The Netherlands
No. of Participants:20, out of which 3 have provided feeedback
AgendaThe technical module covers how intruders attack systems and their motivations, how network protocols can be abused, vulnerabilities of operating systems and services, denial-of-service attacks, hiding traces, and information gathering techniques. Includes several practical exercises.

Session 3 : CSIRT Asia Meeting

Date:Sunday 2018-08-05
Time:17:00 - 18:00
Location:Aucklander
Trainer(s):Sigita Jurkynaite, GÉANT, Netherlands
No. of Participants:20, out of which 3 have provided feeedback
AgendaParticipants will be invited to give a presentation or a lightning talk on the progress of their CERT, success and failure stories and participate in discussions or debate on the most pressing security issues in the region and globally.

Session 4 : Operational Module

Date:Monday 2018-08-06
Time:09:00 - 12:30
Location:Aucklander
Trainer(s):Melanie Rieback, Radically Open Security, The Netherlands
Jamie Gillespie, APNIC, Australia
No. of Participants:25, out of which 3 have provided feeedback
AgendaThe operational module covers the incident handling process from initial reports, through triage, investigation, resolution, closure, to post-analysis. Includes practical exercises and a survey of useful tools.

Session 5 : Legal Module

Date:Monday 2018-08-06
Time:13:30 - 15:00
Location:Aucklander
Trainer(s):Nicole Harris, GÉANT, Netherlands
No. of Participants:21, out of which 3 have provided feeedback
AgendaThe legal module covers some areas of legislation likely to affect CSIRTs in their work, and that operatives should be familiar with. This includes data protection, computer misuse, network monitoring, collection of evidence, and working with law enforcement agencies.

Session 6 : Introduction to Risk Management

Date:Monday 2018-08-06
Time:15:30 - 17:00
Location:Aucklander
Trainer(s):Alf Moens, SURFnet, The Netherlands
No. of Participants:20, out of which 3 have provided feeedback

Session 7 : CSIRT in Asia Meeting

Date:Monday 2018-08-06
Time:17:00 - 17:50
Location:Aucklander
Trainer(s):Sigita Jurkynaite, GÉANT, Netherlands
No. of Participants:20, out of which 4 have provided feeedback
AgendaParticipants will be invited to give a presentation or a lightning talk on the progress of their CERT, success and failure stories and participate in discussions or debate on the most pressing security issues in the region and globally.