"Vulnerability Management" training programme

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Description

Vulnerabilities, in software and sometimes even in hardware, are open gates attackers can utilize to gain access to private systems and networks. In addition to their busy workload IT managers and administrators there is also a concern that a single critical vulnerability if overlooked ca be exploited later on and cause some serious issues. Vulnerability Management addresses this problem with a systematic approach to make this a reliable and reoccurring process. This module gives an overview of standards, details how to distribute security advisories among your constituency and how to plan an roll out patches in your organisation

The programmes includes a number of sessions - please note that there is one registration - once registered you are welcome to attend all or selected sessions.

Also please note that we shall send you a calendar invitation with the Zoom link closer to the date of the session.

If you have registered less than an hour before the start of a session please email glad@geant.org to let us know and we shall forward you joining instructions.

Please note that registration closes at 10 am CEST on 09 June 2021. If you wish to attend but no longer able to register please email glad@geant.org 

Each session will be recorded; we shall notify all the participants how to access recorded sessions once recordings become available.

We look forward to seeing you (virtually) soon.

Glad Team (GEANT Learning and Development)
    • 14:00 15:00
      Vulnerability Management Process & Standards 1h

      "Vulnerability Management - Introduction to Processes and Standards "

      The task of dealing with Vulnerabilities in Software, and sometimes even in Hardware, has gone from an ad hoc, emergency activity to a continuous, planned task that has become one of the building blocks of reliable, secure systems and networks. This webinar will give an overview of the existing standards and will cover some of the key elements, like CVE and CVSS, in depth, that will be referenced throughout the coming webinars on vulnerability management."

      Duration: : 1 hour, 10 Minutes (55 minutes lecture plus 15 minutes for discussion

      Webinar Host: Laura Sturniolo (GLAD)

      Presenter(s)/Facilitator(s): Klaus Möller, DFN-CERT

      Affiliation (WP/Task): WP8 Task 1

      Authors (content is created by): Klaus Möller, DFN-CERT
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    • 14:00 15:00
      Collecting and Disseminating Vulnerability Information 1h

      "Vulnerability Information - How to gather and distribute security advisories to your constituency"

      "Before one can address with vulnerabilities, one needs to be aware of them: their existence, their consequences, and what to do about them. While CSIRTs and PSIRTs take care of the initial steps in researching and publishing information, the task of actually forwarding this information to the administrators responsible for vulnerable systems, is something that every organisation has to deal with themselves. This webinar will show how this task can be dealt with and what information should be included in a security advisory."

      Duration: 1 hour (45 minutes lecture plus 15 minutes for discussion)

      Webinar Host: Pauline Smith (GLAD)

      Presenter(s)/Facilitator(s): Klaus Möller, DFN-CERT

      Affiliation (WP/Task): WP8 Task 1

      Authors (content is created by): Klaus Möller, DFN-CERT

    • 14:00 15:00
      Patch Management 1h

      "Patch Management - How to roll out and track security fixes to your systems"

      "'Patching' is the name given to the process of replacing vulnerable software with a corrected version. However, the sheer number of patches that has to be applied constantly has led to the requirement to automate and track the application of patches. This webinar will give an overview of the process of applying patches and what tools can be used to automate the task."

      Duration: 1 hour (45 minutes lecture plus 15 minutes for discussion)

      Webinar Host: Pauline Smith (GLAD)

      Presenter(s)/Facilitator(s): Klaus Möller, DFN-CERT

      Affiliation (WP/Task): WP8 Task 1

      Authors (content is created by): Klaus Möller, DFN-CERT

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