You can access CERT training on-site at our various training facilities, online through SEI's eLearning portal, or you can engage with STEPfwd, a virtual training environment.
August 18-22, 2014 (SEI, Pittsburgh, PA)
Advanced Incident Handling
September 8-12, 2014 (SEI, Arlington, VA)
Information Security for Technical Staff
September 15, 2014 (SEI, Arlington, VA)
Creating a Computer Security Incident Response Team
CERT staff members are collaborating with Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College School of Public Policy and Management, teaching courses in the Information Security Management specialization of the Master of Information Systems Management program, the CIO Institute, and the CISO Executive Education and Certification Program. CERT staff members are also teaching information security courses in graduate programs in the Carnegie Mellon University Information Networking Institute.
CERT training is offered in the following areas:
Incident Handling training helps managers, project leaders, CSIRT staff, and computer forensic professionals to create and manage CSIRTs, prepares incident handlers to respond to system compromises at the administrator level, teaches technical staff the best practices they can use for analyzing malicious code, and describes tools and best practices that can be used to support organizations' incident response and forensic analysis investigations.
Network Security training provides technical staff members, engineers, software managers, and technical leads best practices and practical techniques for protecting the security of their organization's information assets and resources. Topics covered include the SQUARE methodology, secure coding in C and C++, and four critical software assurance areas--security requirements, software supply chain assurance, mission thread analysis, and measurement.
Risk Assessment training teaches managers, executives, security and business continuity professionals, process improvement professionals, risk managers, and compliance personnel to develop strategies for protecting their organizations from security threats, managing their risks, and applying a process improvement approach to risk and security management. Topics covered include the CERT Resilience Management Model (CERT-RMM), OCTAVE, OCTAVE-S, and OCTAVE Allegro methods, and insider threat best practices.
STEPfwd is a virtual training environment that offers a rich library of cybersecurity and information assurance training.
Be sure to take a look at other curricula: