On September 23 – 25, 2015 Kazakhstan Computer Emergency Response Team informs on carrying out seminars on a subject: "Information Security in regard to Computer Incident Response" in Kyzylorda, Taldykorgan, Petropavlovsk, Kostanay and Shymkent cities.
The relevance of information security in government, private organizations and in all spheres of life of the society today implies the necessity for a stable system provision. In this regard, the acute question of training personnel to build an effective system of information protection and the achievement of competitive advantages of companies through confidential (corporate) information and secure business.
The main purpose of this event is to inform the participants of seminar about the work done in the field of information security, improve knowledge about information security, assistance in organization of protection of information systems resources and institutions, the prevention and prevention of computer incidents.
The seminar is intended for government agencies, law enforcement bodies, heads of private business structures, owners of Internet resources, network operators and hosting providers.
The Lecturer in the framework of the main topic will introduce the factors of threats to the information within the organization to the participants. There will be told about the measures for their prevention, about the basic preconditions for the emergence of computer incidents, the main measures to minimize damage to computer incidents, legal and technical prerequisites for the minimization of the damage of computer incidents.
There will told about the activities of the KZ-CERT to reduce information security threats for users of the Kazakhstan segment of the Internet, during the seminar the representatives of the "The computer incidents response Service" will tell about the fundamental objectives of the Service and plans for the near future.
At the end of the seminar, all the participants will receive Certificates of participation in the information seminar called "The computer incidents response".