The ID card, the passport, the electronic health card, smart meter gateways and SSL/TLS work because there is an underlying public key infrastructure (PKI). In the workshop "PKI in a nutshell", we will show the mechanisms, tools, formats and components of a PKI and how they function and work together.
The workshop uses a "bottom-up" approach. With 8 concrete openssl commands a PKI will be built up, concepts and mechanisms of a PKI will be explained based on these commands. The theoretical basics will be explained and knowledge will be imparted by means of practical examples.
The event is aimed at software developers and architects as well as system administrators who work with PKI systems. The whole event will be held in English and is limited to 25 participants.
Contents of the workshop are:
Deadline for a registration is 16.01.2022. By registering before deadline we charge a reduced fee. We ask you to take this offer to allow best preparation of the seminar. Special conditions may be granted for students and trainees.
|On registration ...||before deadline||after deadline|
|registration fee for the workshop||200,00 €||250,00 €|
|for owners of a CAST service package||100,00 €||125,00 €|
All prices are incl. 7% VAT
To pay the reduced fee, you should order the CAST service package now.
If you have any questions please contact:
Phone: +49 6151 8193-13
Tel.: +49 6151 869-230
Please note that we only can accept registrations by this online form and not by our fax number.
The CAST hot topic "In Hardware We Trust: Challenges and Opportunities of Hardware Security" on November 19, 2021 is cancelled. We plan to place the event next year, an exact date is not yet known.
In these times of COVID-19 restrictions in particular, questions of cyber security remain highly topical. CAST would like to make its contribution and will be organising the CAST workshops online as virtual events from July 2020. This will ensure a continuous exchange of knowledge on current cyber security issues.
The CAST workshops in digital format will be implemented with the open source web conference system BigBlueButton, which is operated with a CAST-owned server located in Darmstadt to ensure data protection.
As soon as the COVID-19 restrictions allow it, CAST will return to the usual workshop format and is already looking forward to welcoming you again personally in Darmstadt.
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