Experts share knowledge on the World CSIRT system

The National Cybersecurity Center (CNCS) of the Ministry of the Presidency and the European Union project (Cyber4Dev) opened the Advanced Training in Computer Emergency Response Team Management (CSIRT) the CSIRT System World.

The course, aimed at representatives of government and private institutions, seeks to provide them with up-to-date knowledge about cybersecurity and reduce the impact of cyber attacks.

José David Montilla, Deputy Minister of Digital Agenda, opened the training, in which he ratified the commitment of President Luis Abinader to “face the digital transformation agenda that our country deserves,” for which we are working for “the modernisation of public institutions, the strengthening of connectivity, digital infrastructure among other key actions that are essential to achieve progress in this information and knowledge society.”

Regarding training, Montilla said that during the process those present will have “very relevant and technical content aimed at improving maturity and quality in the operation of the national CSIRT, the sectoral CSIRTS, as well as the use of the system of CSIRTS World Cup ”.

Martín Miller, Klaid Magi and Don Stikvoort, Cyber4Dev expert advisers, will teach the courses that will last for four days, and will instruct the attendees on the paradigm of cooperation, from organizational to inter-institutional.

Issues on vulnerability management, incident sharing, artifact management and computer forensic analysis, secure messaging platforms, management of political information sources and processes from the perspective of technology management, among others, will also be addressed.