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Further information on planned activities on LearningGARR.

From fostering digital literacy to advanced technical training to scholarships for young innovators: GARR in-class and distant learning activities are dedicated to the research and education community.

GARR offers courses on topics linked to the management and use of the network, as well as of advanced services and applications delivered on top of it: from network management to cybersecurity, from monitoring to digital identity, from Open Educational Resources (OER) to advanced services. Training activities are designed to support the dissemination of technical knowledge and to exchange information and best practices on research and development of new technologies and services.

In addition, GARR promotes initiatives to disseminate and enhance digital skills and digital literacy, to pave the way towards a conscious use of the Internet and the e-Infrastructures.

GARR training offer is open to all users in the Research and Education community and includes:

  • Seminars and in-class courses;
  • Webinars and self-paced e-learning courses.

GARR annually awards Scholarships to young graduates that are specialising on themes related to e-Infrastructures.

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Corso: "Misure minime di sicurezza ICT"

Corso: "Misure minime di sicurezza ICT"
Fri, 10. May 2019, 10:30 h - 16:00 h
CNR Istituto per le Applicazioni del Calcolo - Roma, RM
Formazione GARR



Roberto Cecchini

Laureato in Fisica, Dirigente tecnologo presso la Sezione INFN di Firenze, in cui svolge le mansioni di responsabile del servizio calcolo e reti. Dal 1997 si occupa di tematiche di sicurezza informatica e AA (autenticazione e autorizzazione). Dal 1999 coordinatore del Computer Security Incidents Response Team per la rete GARR-CERT. Responsabile della INFN Certification Authority, della GARR Certification Authority e del servizio GARR-TCS, è inoltre coordinatore dei gruppi INFN Security e Auditing.

Programma didattico

Obiettivo del corso è quello di fornire riferimenti pratici per valutare e innalzare il livello di sicurezza informatica e contrastare le minacce più comuni e frequenti.

Al termine del corso verrà rilasciato un attestato di partecipazione.

Il corso è gratuito. Pranzo libero a cura dei partecipanti.



CNR Istituto per le Applicazioni del Calcolo
Via dei Taurini 19