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ITU ASP CoE Training "Cybersecurity"

​The ITU ASP CoE Training on Cybersecurity, will be jointly organized by the International Telecommunication Union, Advanced Level Telecom Training Center (ALTTC), and Faculty of Applied Science of Post and Telecommunication (ICT Faculty, I.R.Iran), from 12-16 May 2018 in Tehran, I.R. Iran. 

The training course is designed to enhance understanding of participants by sharing best practices and build capacity for ICT stakeholders in the region and I.R. Iran. The main objectives of this face-to-face training course is to; inform and create awareness of potential challenges and threats of usage of online ICT applications / services, share ITU Global Cybersecurity Agenda (GCA), Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI) and Child Online Protection ​(COP); share best practices on developing and strengthening national cybersecurity frameworks, and enhancing the capabilities of effective use of CIRTs; and build human and institutional capacity for efficient and effective use of capabilities of CIRTs.

To register for the above-mentioned training, participants are kindly requested to complete the Registration Form and Accommodation Reservation Form , then send them by email directly to Mr.Hassan Pashaeizad (pashaei[at]ictfaculty.ir; pashaey[at]gmail.com) with copies to Mr. Sameer Sharma (sameer.sharma[at]itu.int) and Ms. Porntip Modethes (porntip.modethes[at]itu.int), by 31st March 2018 at the latest. The course is offered free of charge and will be conducted in English.

Information Note and Accommodation Reservation Form​


12 May

0900-0930: Opening Ceremony

Welcome remarks:   Mr. Sameer Sharma, Senior Advisor, ITU Regional Office for Asia-Pacific 

Welcome Remarks: ICT Faculty, I.R.Iran
Welcome Remarks: Mr. Vinai Kumar Kanaujia, Director (IT), DoT, India
Opening Address : Dr. Saraeian, MICT, I.R.Iran 

0930-1015: Session 1 : Keynote Presentation
Emerging Threats Related to National Critical Information Infrastructure and IOT​
ICT Trends and need for secure and safe use of ICT
Mr. Sameer Sharma, Senior Advisor, ITU​

1015-1045: Tea/Coffee Break

1045-1230: Session 2: Innovations and Security Aspect in ICT Technologies
Cloud Computing, IOT
Block Chain
AI
5G,
Data Privacy and Data security
Mr. Raj Kumar, ITU Expert​

1230-1330: Lunch Break

1330-1500: Cybersecurity : ITU Initiatives
ITU Global Cybersecurity Agenda
Global Cybersecurity Index (GCI)
National Cybersecurity Strategy
Standards for security
Mr. Sameer Sharma, Senior Advisor, ITU

1500-1530: Tea/Coffee Break​

1530-1700: Session 4: Critical Information Infrastructure Protection and CIRT
What is CIIP?
Measurement impact of Critical Information Infrastructure
Current Threat Landscape
Need for National CIRT
Functions and requirements
Collaborations among CIRTs
Mr. Raj Kumar, ITU Expert​


13 May

0900-1030 Session 5: Protecting Children Online​
ITU –UNICEF Guidelines on COP
National COP initiatives
Regional workshops
Mr. Sameer Sharma, Senior Advisor, ITU
Mr. Raj Kumar, ITU Expert

COP National Framework, I.R.Iran​
Dr. Panahi, Iran

1030-1100: Tea/Coffee Break

1100-1230 Session 6: Cyber Crime Legislations​

International Conventions
National frameworks
Loop holes and need to update
Examples of best practices from the region
Mr. Raj Kumar, ITU Expert

ITUs work in enhancing cybersecurity
Dr. Tafazol, Iran​

Cybercrime legislations​

Dr. Tadayion, Iran

1230-1330: Lunch break

1330-1500 Session 7: Current threats, appropriate defences and the future lessons learned

Sharing analytics of data monitored and analysed
Leveraging on NRIS Secure Technologies and Information Security Report
Mr. Raj Kumar, ITU Expert

Sharing analytics of data monitored and analysed​
Dr. Hossein Gharaee, Iran

1500-1530: Tea/Coffee Break

1530-1700: Group Exercise


14 May

0900-1030: ​Session 9: Security Aspects of Blockchain​
Block Chain
Blockchain challenges
Improving Business through Blockchain Technology
Mr. Raj Kumar, ITU Expert
Dr. Mohammad Sayad Haghighi​, Iran

1030-1100: Tea/Coffee Break

1100-1230 Session 10:  Ensuring National Cybersecurity  in Iran
National Strategy
Key challenges
Key initiatives
Dr. Faghihi, Iran

1230-1330: Lunch Break

1330-1500: Session 11: Thwarting Attackers Defending Against Growing Security Sophistication while Managing Complexity
Managing evolving threats with a network-based and tiered solutions approach, reducing overall costs and complexity
Adhering to regulatory and industry compliance standards
Managing headcount and budgets when evaluating new security and threat intelligence solutions
Mr. Raj Kumar, ITU Expert​

Cyber Awareness​

Mr. Manish Lodha, Joint Advisor, TRAI

1500-1530: Tea/Coffee Break

1530-1700: Session 12: Ethical Hacking and Digital Forensics​
Principles of ethical hacking/penetration testing
Typical techniques
Understanding results
Establishing rules of engagement
​Mr. Ram Chandra Sharma, Director (CERT-Telecom), DoT, Government of India

15 May

​0900-1030 Session 13: Key Aspects of Cybersecurity in the Context of Internet of Things (IOT)
IOT Roadmap and security​ 
Key Aspects of Cybersecurity in the Context of Internet of Things (IOT)​
The legal liability in the IOTs
Industrial IoT Security
IoT_ITU.pdf

Mr. Raj Kumar, ITU Expert
Mr. Omendra Kumar Govind, Assistant Director, ALTTC, BSNL, India
Dr. Tadayion, Iran

1030-1100: Tea/Coffee Break

1100-1230: Session 14: International Experiences on Cybersecurity 
Security and Data Privacy under Digital India​
IT Security Trends
Mr. Vinai Kumar Kanaujia, Director (IT), DoT, Government of India​

1230-1330: Lunch Break

1330-1500: Session 15: Why cybersecurity needs to be a topic of boardroom agenda

Impact of Cyber Threats on Business Profitability​
Ensuring resilience
Mr. Raj Kumar, ITU Expert
Dr. Gerami​

​​Data Privacy and Security​
Mr. Bharat Gupta, TRAI


Closing Ceremony

 

16 May

​Field Visit