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TABLE 1 MIFI Continuing Education Programs
Training duration, hours/days
Training Cycle 1: Security of Bank Information Technologies
Security of network technologies
Protected corporate bank networks
Information security of bank e-mail systems
Security of bank intranets and virtual private networks
Cisco Systems solutions for protecting corporate information networks
Systems for detecting attacks on corporate bank networks
Monitoring network security
Anti-virus protection for information technologies
Training Cycle 2: Administration of Information Technology Security
Information technology administrators
Administering corporate virtual private networks using FPSU-IP screening routers
Information security in a Microsoft Windows NT environment
Information security in a Microsoft Windows 2000 environment
Information security in an OC Sun Solaris environment
Data security mechanisms and policies in SQL
Data security mechanisms and policies in Oracle
ences are held annually under the aegis of the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation:
Problems of Information Security in the Higher Education System (January, Moscow, MIFI)
Information Security (including international participants; June, Taganrog, State Radiotechnical University)
Methods and Technical Means of Ensuring Information Security (October, St. Petersburg, State Technical University)
At the international level, efforts to develop systems for training information security personnel in various countries are coordinated by Working Group 11.8 (Information Security Education), which is part of Technical Committee 11 (Security and Protection in Information Processing Systems) of the International Federation for Information Processing. The World Conference on Information Security Education (WISE) is held every other year with the support and direct participation of this organization. The third such conference, WISE-3, will be held in the United States (Monterey, California), June 26–28, 2003, and WISE-4 is scheduled to take place at MIFI in Moscow in May 2005.