Administrators who will be working with nShield HSMs
Those who pass the exam become nShield Certified Systems Engineers
The next class will take place in Stockholm on the 28th – 29th of November 2017. Please contact us by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more information about the course.
In this two-day class, delegates develop the knowledge and practical skill needed to set up, deploy, and maintain nShield Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) and maximize the value of these devices for their organization. Designed for system administrators and project management personnel with or without experience in cryptography, the class covers principles of cryptography looks at Public Key Infrastructures and the role played by encryption; and particularly the nShield family of general-purpose HSMs and the security world architecture in securing sensitive and high-value data.
In hands-on sessions, delegates master common installation and administration tasks that prepare them to set up and manage nShield HSM devices in their own environment with a firm awareness of the value of security best practice. Topics include: essentials of cryptography, public key Infrastructure, Hardware security modules, Use cases, configuration, software installation, security world creation, disaster recovery, and maintenance, as well as advice on support protocol.
Each attendee who completes the course receives a certificate of attendance and those delegates who pass the 1 hour exam receive a certificate recognizing his or her status as an nShield Certified Systems Engineer (nCSE).
Key administrators, IT Security Officers and application developers
Those who pass the exam become payShield Certified Systems Engineers
For information about next class dates or to find out more, please contact email@example.com
In this three-day class, you will develop the knowledge and practical skill needed to set up, deploy, and maintain payShield Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) and maximize the value of these devices for your organization. Designed for key administrators, IT Security Officers and application developers with a basic understanding of cryptography and key management, this class covers the role played by the payShield family of payment HSMs in securing transactions for payment and financial applications along with best practices for rolling out these devices in your organization.
In hands-on sessions, you will master common installation and administration tasks that prepare you to set up, use, and manage payShield HSM devices in your own environment—from taking the device out of the box to configuring a fully functional system. Topics include configuration, installation, key management, smart card management, disaster recovery, and maintenance.
Each attendee who completes the course will receive a certificate of attendance.